Michael Banks, MD, on New DNA Test Detects Mutations in Urine of Bladder Cancer Patients Over a Decade Before Diagnosis


Michael Banks, MD, discusses a recent study in which Danish researchers used urine from cancer patients to detect mutations common in bladder cancer. The test was shown to detect cancer with 97% sensitivity, better than cystoscopy.

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