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Studies show NBI visualizes Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancer (NMIBC) lesions in additional 17 percent of patients and 24 percent additional tumors - a turning point for identifying the costly, recurrent
Results, Published in Clinical Genitourinary Cancer, Offer Key Insights and Potential New Treatment Strategies for Patient Population with Limited Drug Options IRVING, Texas, Oct.
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Bladder cancer patients with metabolic syndrome – a set of conditions closely related to diabetes risk – are more likely to have a more invasive and fast-growing form of the disease.
Researchers say resveratrol slows cancer growth without the toxicity and irritation of chemotherapy. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) March 16, 2014 A new report
Indian researchers say a simple urine test could offer a less invasive diagnostic solution for early stage bladder cancer. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) March 14, 2014
International studies demonstrate importance of comprehensive tumor profiling for poor-prognosis cancer patients IRVING, Texas, Jan.
Smoking significantly increases individuals' risk of developing serious forms of urothelial carcinoma and a higher likelihood of dying from the disease, particularly for women.
As tissue slides are more routinely digitized to aid interpretation, a software program whose design was led by the University of Michigan Health System is proving its utility.