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Dr. Michael O’Donnell, MD, Director of Urologic Oncology University of Iowa answers questions about bladder cancer.
Everywhere we look in the media, we find claims that different diets can improve our quality of life.
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FDA Approves PD-1 Checkpoint Inhibitor Opdivo for Treatment of Bladder Cancer
Cyramza® plus Taxotere® Promising in Advanced Bladder Cancer
IDO inhibitor epacadostat and the anti-PD-1 drug Keytruda (pembrolizumab) promising in bladder cancer.
Vicinium promising for treatment of early stage and superficial bladder cancers.
Study reports that ~ 60% of patients with advanced bladder cancer respond to Votrient/Taxol chemotherapy
Can anyone share the experience with Keytruda? Any side effects?