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Men with clinically localized prostate cancer have many options.
This decision aid is for you only if you have been diagnosed with clinically localized prostate cancer. The information in this decision aid will prepare you to talk with your doctor about your options for treating or monitoring your cancer.
What is clinically localized prostate cancer? (click here)
Clinically localized prostate cancer is prostate cancer that is diagnosed by a biopsy and appears to be only located completely inside the prostate gland (based on available testing).
Some doctors may also refer to your prostate cancer as clinically localized if the cancer has spread into and possibly through the outer lining of the prostate gland.
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