Genitourinary Cancer News & Features
Taking muscle-building supplements significantly increases likelihood of developing testicular cancer.
The addition of chemotherapy after bladder cancer surgery lowered risk of death by approximately 30%, over surgery alone, according to a study that reviewed patient data.
Older white males with advanced bladder cancer are the most likely to commit suicide among patients with genitourinary cancers.
Risk factors for suicide include male gender, distant disease, increasing age, race/ethnicity.
Women with hematuria were less than half as likely as men with the same issue to be referred to a urologist for further tests, according to a new study.
Genitourinary Cancer Clinical Trials
- Arthritis drug shows potential for blood cancer treatment
- In breast cancer survivors, lidocaine may relieve pain during intercourse
- Certain nutrients may fuel cancer therapy resistance
- Multiple myeloma uses "wolf in sheep's clothing" tactic to avoid immune response in bone
- Likelihood of lung cancer screening update
- Missed diagnostic testing has negative impact on lung cancer treatment
- Veterans returning from Iraq, Afghanistan may have increased risk of skin cancer
- Certain patients with germ cell cancer should receive life-long follow-up
- Chemo testicular nonseminoma may increase risk of short-term CVD death
- Progesterone may improve breast cancer survival rates
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