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|Title:||Reply to Patrick H. Tuliao and Koon Ho Rha's letter to the editor re: James E. Thompson, Sam Egger, Maret Bohm, et al. Superior quality of life and improved surgical margins are achievable with robotic radical prostatectomy after a long learning curve: a prospective single-surgeon study of 1552 consecutive cases. Eur Urol 2014;65:521-31|
|Categories:||Cancer Type - Prostate Cancer|
Diagnosis & Treatment - Carer & Health Worker Experiences
Diagnosis & Treatment - Surgery
Population Groups - NSW Only
|Keywords:||Australia; cancer; New South Wales; prostate; Prostatectomy; Quality of Life; Research; Wales|
|Journal Title:||Eur Urol|
|Page number start:||e95|
|Page number end:||e96|
|Programme:||Health Services Research|
|Division:||Cancer Research Division|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Articles|
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