Radiation therapy after radical surgery in prostate cancer

27 Jun 2023
Roberto Paz-Manrique, Gerard Morton, Fernando Quiroa Vera, Santiago Paz-Manrique, Andrés Espinoza-Briones, Carlos Morante Deza

Radiation therapy plays a key role in the treatment of prostate cancer on its own. For higher risk diseases, the risk of recurrence following single modality therapy increases and a combination of treatment modalities may be necessary to achieve optimal results. We review clinical outcomes of adjuvant and salvage radiotherapy following radical prostatectomy, including disease-free survival, cancer-specific survival and overall survival. We also discuss when best to intervene with post-prostatectomy radiotherapy.

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