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According to new research, a simple urine test could distinguish between aggressive and less aggressive bladder cancers.
A new centre launched today will cement Oxford's place at the forefront of cancer research, and form one of the final links in a unique chain of Cancer Research UK Centres...
Radiotherapy is an effective treatment for aggressive bladder cancer and could spare patients surgery that removes the whole bladder.
Measuring the levels of certain mutated proteins in tissue samples could allow doctors to predict the likelihood of bladder cancer returning after treatment, according to...
Cancer drug imatinib (Glivec) could boost radiotherapy treatment to destroy bladder cancer that has spread to the bladder wall, reveals research published in Cancer...
A new urine test, used alongside an internal bladder examination has a 99 per cent success rate in detecting recurrent bladder cancers, says a recent study.
Both male and female relatives of women diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 35 are potentially at an increased risk of other cancers.
New clinical guidelines for dealing with bladder cancer patients should improve survival rates, the NHS watchdog has said.