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What’s Next for Cutting-Edge Bladder Cancer Treatment?


Dr. David Nanus, Chief of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Prebysterian Hospital and genitourinary (GU) cancer expert, sat down with… 382 more words

Genitourinary Cancer

Meet ... Rajalakshmi Siva

It is our privilege to be able to interview Ms Rajalakshmi Siva Ji who is more than willing to forsake her this year’s royalty earnings from their book ‘When Thoughts Invade the Cancer Conqueror’ to promote cancer awareness programs. 2,024 more words


Bladder Cancer

Once again, there’s a dreadful amount of scottie owners writing in about Bladder Cancer or technical Transitional Cell Carcinoma. Many owners favour Facebook with their stories, and comments, but often these ‘posts’ are hard to find if you need to refer back to them. 89 more words

Canine Bladder Cancers

Freedom from Cancer

This Fourth of July holiday, we’re not only celebrating the red, white and blue that honors the independence and freedom of our country, but also freedom from cancer and the cancer “blues.” Feeling this sense of freedom may mean that you’re cancer-free or that you’re unwilling to let a cancer diagnosis define you. 460 more words

Genitourinary Cancer

When Thoughts Invade The Cancer Conqueror

The book I am going to review today is quite a different one. Written in the form of a fictional story, this is a real story of a real man. 529 more words

Book Review

Blue Light Cystoscopy Detects Bladder Cancer

A guiding principle in the management of non–muscle invasive bladder cancer is the resection and ablation of all visible tumors. As noted by Dr. Steinberg, this remains an elusive goal in our attempt to reduce bladder cancer recurrences. 633 more words