Biomarkers for Bladder Cancer Biomarkers present in cells shed into urine may be useful tools for predicting and detecting bladder […]
Levels of arsenic that are classified as acceptable have actually been linked to bladder cancer and could potentially double the risk of transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder, according to a study recently published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
Hair Dye Linked to Bladder Cancer Individuals who are consistently exposed to permanent hair dye may be at an increased […]
BLCA-4 Urine Test May Allow Earlier Detection of Bladder Cancer Recent results from a new clinical study published in the […]
Second-Opinion Pathology Discrepancies High for Bladder Cancer Pathological diagnosis dictates treatment options for patients with bladder cancer. Pathological diagnosis is […]
Enhanced Delivery of Mitomycin C Improves Results of Treatment for Superficial Bladder Cancer Techniques such as restricting fluid intake, administering […]
New Marker Will Improve Screening for Bladder Cancer The presence of survivin, an inhibitor of apoptosis, is a highly sensitive […]
Female Smokers Have Higher Risk of Bladder Cancer Than Male Smokers Among men and women who smoke a comparable number […]