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In North America, bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men and in the top ten for women. In the United States, approximately 70,000 patients are newly diagnosed with bladder cancer each year. In addition, the cancers of many previously-diagnosed patients remain unresolved, sometimes leading to cystectomy (bladder removal) or death. Approximately 70% bladder cancer patients have the non-muscle-invasive form of bladder cancer at diagnosis.
Women who drink more water experience fewer bladder infections, study finds

Women who drink more water experience fewer bladder infections, study finds

Non-small cell lung cancer patients survive longer when treated with durvalumab

Non-small cell lung cancer patients survive longer when treated with durvalumab

Urine liquid biopsies could help monitor response to immunotherapy in bladder cancer patients

Urine liquid biopsies could help monitor response to immunotherapy in bladder cancer patients

FARXIGA receives positive results in Phase III DECLARE-TIMI 58 cardiovascular outcomes trial

FARXIGA receives positive results in Phase III DECLARE-TIMI 58 cardiovascular outcomes trial

Sesen Bio to present its three-month Phase 3 VISTA Trial data at Global Congress

Sesen Bio to present its three-month Phase 3 VISTA Trial data at Global Congress

Finding which chemotherapy regimen is associated with best outcomes for patients with bladder cancer

Finding which chemotherapy regimen is associated with best outcomes for patients with bladder cancer

Researchers uncover why some cancers grow faster than others

Researchers uncover why some cancers grow faster than others

Researchers discover reason why many bladder cancer patients do not respond to immunotherapy

Researchers discover reason why many bladder cancer patients do not respond to immunotherapy

Blood test could identify bladder cancer patients who may not benefit from immunotherapy

Blood test could identify bladder cancer patients who may not benefit from immunotherapy

Blue-light scope improves detection of bladder cancer

Blue-light scope improves detection of bladder cancer

Multi-center study results demonstrate best-in-class performance of Bladder EpiCheck urine test

Multi-center study results demonstrate best-in-class performance of Bladder EpiCheck urine test

Olfactory receptors play pathophysiological role in all organs than merely smell perception

Olfactory receptors play pathophysiological role in all organs than merely smell perception

Landmark study shows robotic surgery is as effective as open surgery in treating bladder cancer

Landmark study shows robotic surgery is as effective as open surgery in treating bladder cancer

Mount Sinai study identifies potential new treatment target for aggressive bladder cancer

Mount Sinai study identifies potential new treatment target for aggressive bladder cancer

New biomarker paves way for personalized bladder cancer treatments

New biomarker paves way for personalized bladder cancer treatments

New test predicts whether bladder cancer will become invasive

New test predicts whether bladder cancer will become invasive

Geriatric assessments could fine-tune cancer care for older adults

Geriatric assessments could fine-tune cancer care for older adults

Robotic surgery appears to be as effective as open surgery in treating bladder cancer

Robotic surgery appears to be as effective as open surgery in treating bladder cancer

Study finds increase in lifestyle-related cancers over the past decade

Study finds increase in lifestyle-related cancers over the past decade

Olfactory receptor in human bladder might prove useful for bladder cancer therapy, diagnosis

Olfactory receptor in human bladder might prove useful for bladder cancer therapy, diagnosis