Improving the quality of life for men with prostate cancer is the goal of a treatment being pioneered by London hospitals.
Prostate cancer kills four men every day in the capital, and this new approach - a daily tablet - is said to avoid the worst side-effects of current treatments.
Clare Fernyhough reports:
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