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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.
Study shows new potential target for CAR T cells to inhibit solid tumors

Study shows new potential target for CAR T cells to inhibit solid tumors

Study reveals urine protein biomarkers of bladder cancer

Study reveals urine protein biomarkers of bladder cancer

A new way to predict positive outcomes of immunotherapy in patients with bladder cancer

A new way to predict positive outcomes of immunotherapy in patients with bladder cancer

Amazing possibilities of using artificial intelligence in pathology

Amazing possibilities of using artificial intelligence in pathology

Researchers uncover a new cellular mechanism for disposing of misfolded proteins

Researchers uncover a new cellular mechanism for disposing of misfolded proteins

UroCAD assay shows better sensitivity than urine cytology in detecting bladder cancer

UroCAD assay shows better sensitivity than urine cytology in detecting bladder cancer

Scientists discover gut bacteria’s role in battling cancerous tumors

Scientists discover gut bacteria’s role in battling cancerous tumors

Study shows how inflammatory changes in tumors cause drug resistance in blood vessels

Study shows how inflammatory changes in tumors cause drug resistance in blood vessels

Scientists Recreate DNA Damage Caused By Toxins From Smoking

Scientists Recreate DNA Damage Caused By Toxins From Smoking