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Pitt Researchers Find Marker For Bladder Cancer
University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute researchers are reporting at the annual American Association for Cancer Research meeting in New Orleans that they have found the first specific marker that distinguishes tissues from individuals with bladder cancer from those without disease and that can be easily isolated from urine. (1998-03-31)

Certain occupations linked to increased bladder cancer risk
A new analysis of UK workers reveals that certain occupations may increase the risk of bladder cancer. (2016-06-30)

Some diabetes drugs may increase risk of bladder cancer
An increased risk of bladder cancer is linked to the use of pioglitazone, a medication commonly used to treat Type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in CMAJ. (2012-07-03)

New discovery raises doubts about current bladder treatment
Researchers at the University of Virginia Health System have found that one of the genes commonly thought to promote the growth and spread of some types of cancers is in fact beneficial in bladder cancer -- a major discovery that could significantly alter the way bladder cancers are treated in the future. (2009-03-25)

Radiation therapy to treat uterine cancer linked with increased risk of bladder cancer later in life
Radiation therapy used to treat uterine cancer may increase a patient's risk of developing bladder cancer. That is the conclusion of a recent study published in BJU International. The findings indicate the importance of monitoring patients for potential signs of bladder cancer to ensure early diagnosis and treatment. (2013-12-17)

Blood test provides clues to bladder cancer patients' prognoses
New research indicates that about one-quarter of patients with bladder cancer treated with radical surgery on curative intent have detectable levels of tumour cells circulating in their blood. The presence of circulating tumour cells was also a predictor of cancer recurrence and death. (2017-02-13)

Classification system for bladder cancer prognosis
Researchers at Lund University have developed a classification system to determine the prognosis for bladder cancer. It is hoped that this will prove useful for future bladder cancer research and drug development. (2014-01-29)

Muscle-invasive and non-muscle invasive bladder cancers arise from different stem cells
A CU Cancer Center study published today in the journal Stem Cells shows that progenitor cells that create dangerous, muscle-invasive bladder cancer are different than the progenitor cells that create non-muscle invasive bladder cancer. Though these two cancers grow at the same site, they are different diseases. (2013-12-17)

Invisible blood in urine may indicate bladder cancer
Scientists at the University of Exeter Medical School found that one in 60 people over the age of 60 who had invisible blood in their urine -- identified by their GP testing their urine -- transpired to have bladder cancer. The figure was around half those who had visible blood in their urine -- the best known indicator of bladder cancer. However, it was still higher than figures for other potential symptoms of bladder cancer that warrant further investigation. (2014-08-31)

Clue to switch of bladder cancer from locally contained to invasive found by Jefferson scientists
Bladder cancer often becomes aggressive and spreads in patients despite treatment, but now researchers at the Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson have identified a protein they believe is involved in pushing tumors to become invasive -- and deadly. (2010-05-14)

New made-in-Canada therapy for bladder cancer shows promising results
Clinical trials for a new bladder cancer therapy show promising interim results. Lead researcher Alvaro Morales says that the breakthrough using the drug Urocidin follows thirty years of his research in this important area. (2011-05-24)

Physicians play a critical role in ensuring bladder cancer patients
When bladder cancer patients are well-informed by their physicians, they acknowledge that tobacco use was likely the cause of their disease. (2014-11-10)

University of Hawaii Cancer Center researcher's discovery
Study finds that higher intake of fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of bladder cancer in women. (2013-08-22)

Painters at significantly increased risk of bladder cancer
Painters are at significantly increased risk of developing bladder cancer, concludes a comprehensive analysis of published evidence in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. (2010-07-19)

Coffee may protect against bladder cancer
Coffee may protect against the development of bladder cancer, especially in smokers. Smoking is the main risk factor for bladder cancer. But the damaging effect of cigarette smoking was more than double in those who drank fewer than two cups of coffee a week compared with regular coffee drinkers. (2000-12-12)

Study could lead to 'liquid biopsy' tests for bladder cancer
Findings from a Loyola University Medical Center study ultimately could lead to tests to screen for and diagnose bladder cancer. (2014-01-21)

Research hope for bladder cancer
Researchers from Plymouth University in the UK have for the first time identified the mechanism that causes a small, benign polyp to develop into severe invasive bladder cancer. (2013-08-01)

AACR news: Little molecule makes big difference in bladder cancer metastasis
In order to kill, bladder cancer must metastasize, most commonly in the lung -- what are the differences between bladder cancers that do and do not make this deadly transition? Research presented by the Director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center at the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 shows that one big difference is a little molecule known as hsa-miR-146a. (2013-04-09)

New method identified for detection of recurring bladder cancer
Mayo Clinic researchers have developed a new laboratory method for detecting recurring cancer of the bladder sooner and more accurately, according to a study published in The Journal of Urology. (2000-11-07)

Chemotherapy before or after surgery for high-risk bladder cancer improves survival, but is not routinely administered
Contrary to treatment guidelines for high-risk bladder cancer, chemotherapy before or after surgery is not commonly used in routine clinical practice. (2014-04-14)

Overactive bladder drug linked with increased risk of depression
A recent study found that women with overactive bladder who received antimuscarinics were 38 percent more likely to be diagnosed with depressive disorder within the next three years than those who did not receive antimuscarinics. (2017-04-05)

Genetic alterations linked with bladder cancer risk, recurrence, progression, and patient survival
A new analysis has found that genetic alterations in a particular cellular pathway are linked with bladder cancer risk, recurrence, disease progression, and patient survival. Published early online in CANCER, a peer- reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the findings could help improve bladder cancer screening and treatment. (2013-03-25)

Dogs can 'smell' bladder cancer
Dogs can be trained to detect bladder cancer by 'smelling' urine, concludes new research published in this week's BMJ. (2004-09-23)

MDCT shows potential for detecting bladder cancer without surgery or contrast
MDCT urography is a promising technique for detecting bladder tumors both with and without contrast material, helping patients avoid an invasive test, according to a new study by researchers from the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, MI. (2006-05-01)

Bladder Cancer Funding Analyzer launched on bladder cancer website
Bladder Cancer (BLC) is proud to announce the launch of the Bladder Cancer Funding Analyzer (BCFA) on the BLC website. It is a free service that is part of a new suite of online features that have been designed to serve the needs of the bladder cancer research community. (2017-02-16)

Narrow band imaging can reduce recurrence of bladder tumors
Research into bladder tumor surgery has found that using narrow band imaging can significantly reduce the risk of disease recurrence. (2016-04-28)

Bladder cancer patients rarely receive recommended care
A new study has found that almost all patients with high-grade noninvasive bladder cancer do not receive complete care as recommended by current guidelines. Published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study indicates that efforts are needed to identify and overcome barriers to providing optimal care to patients with bladder cancer. (2011-07-11)

Pioneering research into health benefits of beauty treatment
Pioneering medical research is going on at the University of Leicester into the use of Botulinum toxin -- commonly thought of as a beauty treatment -- for bladder problems. (2007-03-06)

Scientists recreate DNA damage caused by toxins from smoking
Researchers from the University of York have recreated how toxins from smoking cause unique patterns of DNA damage. The discovery could help scientists better understand the cause of bladder cancer and the link to smoking. The causes of bladder cancer remain largely unknown, however smoking is seen as the main risk factor for the disease. (2020-04-28)

Certain genetic variants may put bladder cancer patients at increased risk of recurrence
In the Western world, bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men and the eighth most common in women, with many patients experiencing recurrence after treatment. A new study published in BJU International indicates that inheriting certain DNA sequences can affect a patient's prognosis. (2014-03-26)

Arylamine exposure related to bladder cancer risk
Exposure to a family of carcinogens called arylamines is associated with bladder cancer risk in both smokers and nonsmokers, according to a new study in the October 6 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Arylamines are found in cigarette smoke, permanent hair dyes, and other environmental sources. (2004-10-05)

Radiation does not improve survival for rare, invasive bladder cancer
In the largest study to date of a rare and deadly form of bladder cancer, researchers at Henry Ford Hospital found radiation therapy may not improve a patient's chances for survival. While overall survival for adenocarcinoma of the bladder was poor, the study revealed several factors that may improve a patient's prognosis, including being diagnosed at age 60 or younger, and having cystectomy, a procedure that either removes all or a portion of the bladder. (2010-06-02)

Unlocking the secret of the bladder's bouncers
Researchers at Duke University Medical Center may have a new way to stop and even prevent the urinary tract infections that plague more than a third of all adults, some of them repeatedly. (2009-08-20)

Bladder cancer recurrence and mortality could decline with better treatment compliance
This is the first study to examine the natural history of bladder cancer from a population standpoint, revealing that the burden of bladder cancer on the population is greater than thought, and, more intense surveillance and treatment according to guidelines in the first two years after diagnosis could reduce recurrence and mortality of the disease. (2013-06-04)

Jefferson scientists show protein key to bladder cancer spread, potential drug target
By demonstrating that a protein -- a growth factor called proepithelin -- plays a crucial role in the spread of bladder cancer, scientists may have identified a potential target for new drugs. They have shown that proepithelin promotes migration and invasion -- two crucial steps leading to metastasis -- suggesting that it could be critical for a cancer to go from a noninvasive to an invasive disease. In some cases, proepithelin might be a marker for bladder cancer. (2006-07-15)

Laparoscopic surgery for bladder cancer leads to good long-term cancer control
Long-term survival rates following laparoscopic surgery for bladder cancer are comparable to those of open surgery, according to a study published in BJU International. (2014-12-18)

Blocking PLK-1 to beat bladder cancer
Novel therapeutic approaches are needed to treat bladder cancer. In a JCI study researchers use small interfering RNA (siRNA) to silence polo like kinase-1 (PLK-1) to protect against bladder cancer in mice. PLK-1 regulates cell division and its expression is correlated with a variety of human tumors. The PLK-1 inhibitor reduced cell proliferation and killed cancer cells. This study shows that therapy to inhibit expression of PLK-1 could be an important strategy for the management of bladder cancer. (2005-03-10)

Smoking intensity and cancer markers predict seriousness of bladder cancer
Smoking not only causes bladder cancer--it also affects its course, in that people who smoke more have greater likelihood of developing more aggressive and deadly disease. That is one of the conclusions of a new study published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. The study also found that a panel of bladder cancer markers can predict which particular cases are at the highest risk for a fatal outcome. (2013-01-14)

Like prostate cancer, bladder cancer patients may benefit from anti-androgen therapy
Bladder cancer patients whose tumors express high levels of the protein CD24 have worse prognoses than patients with lower CD24. A University of Colorado Cancer Center study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that CD24 expression may depend on androgens - and that anti-androgen therapies like those currently used to treat prostate cancer may benefit bladder cancer patients. (2012-09-24)

Jefferson urologists studying regenerated neo-bladder to help spinal cord injury patients
Urologists at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital are studying whether a neo-bladder construct grown from a patient's own cells can improve bladder function for adult spinal cord injury patients. Jefferson is only one of six sites in the US enrolling participants in this clinical trial for the lab-grown neo-bladder construct that will involve a total of 10 patients. (2007-10-05)

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