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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.
Researchers create tool to determine patient's response to immunotherapy drugs

Researchers create tool to determine patient's response to immunotherapy drugs

KARL STORZ launches new PDD Blue Cystoscopy system for enhanced detection of NMIBC tumors

KARL STORZ launches new PDD Blue Cystoscopy system for enhanced detection of NMIBC tumors

Combination therapies targeting different cell types may be effective at treating colon cancer

Combination therapies targeting different cell types may be effective at treating colon cancer

Scientists develop integrated system for early diagnosis of diseases using wearable monitors

Scientists develop integrated system for early diagnosis of diseases using wearable monitors

Genetic fixer-uppers could aid in predicting prognosis of patients with bladder cancer

Genetic fixer-uppers could aid in predicting prognosis of patients with bladder cancer

Study finds way to better treat men with locally advanced prostate cancer

Study finds way to better treat men with locally advanced prostate cancer

Flushing the bladder with common chemotherapy drug after surgery can reduce bladder cancer recurrence

Flushing the bladder with common chemotherapy drug after surgery can reduce bladder cancer recurrence

Preclinical study suggests ARID1a mutations may help predict immunotherapy success

Preclinical study suggests ARID1a mutations may help predict immunotherapy success

Trio's pioneering silicone ostomy product wins prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise

Trio's pioneering silicone ostomy product wins prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise

Scientists find link between soil metals and cancer mortality

Scientists find link between soil metals and cancer mortality

Study: Young children should be priority for snail fever treatment

Study: Young children should be priority for snail fever treatment

Oxygen 'nanobubbles' could help enhance cancer therapies and hasten wound healing

Oxygen 'nanobubbles' could help enhance cancer therapies and hasten wound healing

KU Cancer Center to present evidence supporting anti-cancer drug at AACR 2018

KU Cancer Center to present evidence supporting anti-cancer drug at AACR 2018

Scientists create organoids that could help guide bladder cancer treatment

Scientists create organoids that could help guide bladder cancer treatment

Researchers develop new non-invasive test for early detection of urothelial cancer

Researchers develop new non-invasive test for early detection of urothelial cancer

New test for urothelial cancers offers less invasive, more accurate detection

New test for urothelial cancers offers less invasive, more accurate detection

Exposure to THMs in residential water not linked to increased risk of breast cancer

Exposure to THMs in residential water not linked to increased risk of breast cancer

FDA approves first treatment to reduce risk of NSCLC progression

FDA approves first treatment to reduce risk of NSCLC progression

Cancer risk can be reduced with unique regulations for water treatment

Cancer risk can be reduced with unique regulations for water treatment

New biodegradable sensors could assist doctors when examining serious health conditions

New biodegradable sensors could assist doctors when examining serious health conditions