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Bladder cancer : risk factors, emerging treatment strategies and challenges

Author: Samantha Haggerty
Publisher: New York : Nova Science, [2014] ©2014
Series: Nova biomedical.; Cancer etiology, diagnosis, and treatments.
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Bladder cancer is the fifth most common form of cancer worldwide and is mainly prevalent in developed countries. It is thought to arise through two distinct pathways: the noninvasive and the invasive. The noninvasive pathway gives rise to a superficial papillary carcinoma that is characterized by activating mutations in oncogenes such as H-ras, FGFR3 and PI3K. This pathway is rarely lethal as superficial papillary  Read more...
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Bladder cancer
(OCoLC)883649700
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All Authors / Contributors: Samantha Haggerty
ISBN: 9781633216709 1633216705
OCLC Number: 890934182
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Series Title: Nova biomedical.; Cancer etiology, diagnosis, and treatments.
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Bladder cancer is the fifth most common form of cancer worldwide and is mainly prevalent in developed countries. It is thought to arise through two distinct pathways: the noninvasive and the invasive. The noninvasive pathway gives rise to a superficial papillary carcinoma that is characterized by activating mutations in oncogenes such as H-ras, FGFR3 and PI3K. This pathway is rarely lethal as superficial papillary carcinomas can be readily removed through transurethral resection. However, 15% of noninvasive urothelial tumors can transform into invasive carcinomas and have high recurrence (80%.

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