PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A major shortage of a critical cancer treatment drug led a local couple the KDKA’S Get Marty.
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Researchers determine higher hospital and surgeon volume lead to better outcomes when treating bladder cancer patients
In a new, in-depth research project, Queen’s professors Rob Siemens (Urology) and Christopher Booth (Cancer Care and Epidemiology) investigated what affect higher volume hospitals and surgeons had on the outcomes of patients undergoing a radical cystectomy for bladder cancer in Ontario. 218 more words
EurekAlert 22 October 2014
UCLA researchers have shown for the first time that the quality of diagnostic staging using biopsy in patients with bladder cancer is directly linked with survival, meaning those that don’t get optimal biopsies are more likely to die from their disease. 99 more words