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P3P is a web-based program that men can use to prepare for making a decision about how to manage a diagnosis of prostate cancer. A recent study showed that using P3P reduced the amount of conflict experienced by men while making a decision. We now are testing a new version of the P3P.
This newest version of P3P (2017) has been developed in collaboration between the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and the Clinical Informatics Research Group at the University of Washington.
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