BERLIN (GenomeWeb) – Bladder cancer has a high survival rate when detected early and removed by surgery but there is no good treatment, and poor survival, once it has become invasive.

In addition, current molecular tests for bladder cancer do not perform well, so the diagnostic gold standard remains cystoscopy, where a thin, lighted tube with a lens called a cytoscope is inserted into the urethra and bladder.

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