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Dangers were greatest for those on hormone therapy, study found. Men with prostate cancer are at greater risk for developing blood clots, especially if they're undergoing hormone therapy, new research shows.
"Our findings indicate that it is important to consider thromboembolic [blood-clotting] side effects when treating patients with prostate cancer, especially those who require endocrine treatment," said Mieke van Hemelrijck, lead author of a study in the April 13 online issue of The Lancet Oncology.
Still, the findings shouldn't change the way men with this type of tumor are treated, just perhaps the way they are monitored, van Hemelrijck added. Read More ...
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