Examining the Efficacy of a Single Dose of Chemotherapy After Removing Bladder Tumours
Keywords: Bladder cancer, Chemotherapy, Surgery, Tumour Tumours in the lining of the urinary bladder that have not grown into the bladder wall are referred to as non–muscle [...]Read more
Is It Safe to Take Sunitinib Long Term?
Keywords: Kidney cancer, Sunitinib, Safety, Side effects When kidney cancer spreads to other organs, it is called metastatic kidney cancer. Treatment may include targeted dru [...]Read more
Is Heart Disease Related to Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer?
Keywords: Prostate cancer, Hormone therapy, Heart disease, Radiation Use of hormone therapy for prostate cancer has been associated with heart disease and diabetes. Some repo [...]Read more
Targeting the Highest Risk Tumor in Prostate Cancer
Keywords: Prostate cancer, Minimally invasive, Focal therapy, Outcomes, Side effects Like removing the leader of a pack, it might be possible to control prostate cancer and [...]Read more
Can Prostate Cancer Be Detected With an MRI?
Keywords: Prostate cancer, Imaging, MRI, Diagnosis, Biopsy Multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) is an imaging technique that can detect large and higher grade tumors by visualizing [...]Read more
Who Responds to Chemotherapy for Bladder Cancer?
Keywords: Bladder cancer, Biomarker, Chemotherapy, Genes, Cisplatin Individual genes play roles in cancer [1,2]. Patients can be tested for specific genes, called biomarker [...]Read more
Using Focal Therapy for Targeted Prostate Cancer Treatment
Keywords: Prostate cancer, Focal therapy, Outcomes, Prostatectomy, MRI Radical prostatectomy (removal of the whole prostate) has long been the standard treatment for prosta [...]Read more
Can Biopsy Help Avoid Surgery for Small Kidney Tumors?
Keywords: Kidney cancer, Biopsy, Diagnosis, Treatment, Active surveillance Kidney surgery is associated with a number of complications that result in illness and affect qua [...]Read more
Assessing Prognosis and Survival in Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Hormone therapy, also known as androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), has long been the standard of care for metastatic prostate cancer; however, there is still no cure. Survival [...]Read more