E-Cigarettes And Increased Risk Of Bladder Cancer Linked
Research suggests that both cigarettes and e-cigarettes are tied to an increased risk of bladder cancer.
Meta-analysis reveals no significant difference in overall-, disease-specific, and progression-free survival between radical cystectomy and radiation-based, bladder preservation therapy.
After recurrent disease, 5-year overall survival was worse among patients with late recurrence.
Of 149 individuals with such tumors who took Keytruda in clinical trials, nearly 40% had a complete or partial remission.