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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.
Gene therapy holds much promise for treating aggressive human superficial bladder cancer

Gene therapy holds much promise for treating aggressive human superficial bladder cancer

Bladder-sparing treatment shows promise against cancer

Bladder-sparing treatment shows promise against cancer

Prostate and kidney cancer can be detected in urine

Prostate and kidney cancer can be detected in urine

New studies on the diagnosis of interstitial cystitis and the treatment of prostatitis

New studies on the diagnosis of interstitial cystitis and the treatment of prostatitis

California has set a public health goal for arsenic levels in drinking water

California has set a public health goal for arsenic levels in drinking water

Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men and the eighth most common in women

Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men and the eighth most common in women

Vitamin E appears to cut in half people's risk of bladder cancer

Vitamin E appears to cut in half people's risk of bladder cancer