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Bladder cancer patient finds new lease on life

As a work planner at Exelon’s Dresden Generating Station, 58-year-old George Winke often worked long 12-hour shifts six to seven days a week. It was during his time on the job that he began to notice discomfort while urinating. 963 more words


Doing Better on Behalf of Bladder Cancer Patients

On Monday, April 18th, Dr. Scott Tagawa presented promising bladder cancer clinical trial results at the 2016 AACR Annual Meeting.

This phase II study of the… 315 more words

Genitourinary Cancer

Bladder Cancer (TCC)

Research has suggested that our beloved Scotties are 20 times more likely to get bladder cancer than other breeds. What has been noted is that the most common type befalling our Scotties is “Transitional Cell Carcinoma” of the bladder. 544 more words

Scottie Health

I'll meet you at Gibson's Skyslide

There’s a safe place back in my childhood where the radio played endless Stylistics hits and the sun set over the Skyslide at Gibson’s in Mapunapuna. 670 more words

Precision medicine brings new hope to those with advanced urothelial cancer

After decades without new therapies, drug shows promise for metastatic bladder cancer

Five of six patients with advanced metastatic urothelial cancer and at least one of two specific genetic abnormalities, responded to treatment with afatinib, which was approved in 2013 by the Food and Drug Administration for patients with lung cancer, researchers report online in the… 656 more words


Navigating Dinner When the Food Tastes Worse Than the Plate

By Shayne Robinson, R.D., C.S.O, C.D.N

Sweet, salty, savory and sour are words we often use to describe different flavors in the foods we eat, but cancer and its treatments can turn your sense of taste upside down. 501 more words

Genitourinary Cancer

No. 10

The tumor is small, the size of a lentil. It’s greyish in the Pepto-Bismol pink of my innards, and it probably has not been there long. 592 more words