2011's most important prostate cancer discovery?
Added: Tuesday 10 January 2012
Dr Chris Parker argues that Radium-223, a bone-seeking radioisotope, could be last year's most important development in prostate cancer research. It is the first ever isotope shown to improve overall survival in a common solid cancer.
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