POINT—Which treatment modality for localised prostate cancer yields superior quality of life: radiotherapy or prostatectomy?

Quality of life following radiotherapy has continued to improve as advances have been made in radiotherapeutic techniques, whereas prostate surgery—despite the availability of newer, once-promising techniques such as laparoscopic or robot-assisted radical prostatectomy—remains largely unchanged in regard to long-term impacts on quality of life.
Cancer Network