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Seeding or Cryosurgery? was posted          by Anonymous
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Bernard -- First of all, congratulations on how far you've come! My question of your oncs/surgeons would be the more targeted approach to these potentially cancerous cells in the tumor bed (assuming that) ... would a better alternative and more technologically advanced be the delivery of radiation seeding/beads or cryosurgery to protect vital organs? See what they say ... or others, if they scratch their heads. Although cryosurgery has been used mostly for prostate since early 90's, I've seen mention of some done for PC. --kek

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