Adovart slows progress of prostate cancer in clinical trial

A three-year study of 289 men

with prostate cancer showed significantly less progression

of the disease in men taking dutasteride (Avodart) than men receiving a placebo, according to an article in Torder cheap cialis online

/article/PIIS0140-6736(11)61619-X/fulltext” target=”_blank”>he Lancet by doctors who conducted the study.

After three years of observing patients with prostate cancer, the progression rates were 38% for those taking dutasteride and 48% for those taking a placebo.

The difference resulted in a 38% reduction in the hazard for progression. There was no significant difference in the risk of adverse effects between the two groups.

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