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Simple Test Could Improve Bladder Cancer Treatment

News   Jun 29, 2018 | Original story from Georgetown University Medical Center

 
Simple Test Could Improve Bladder Cancer Treatment

This image of a mouse bladder 30 days after surgery to remove a tumor shows the potential for the bladder to heal and regrow. The bladder wall is illuminated with activated mesenchyme, whose role is to rebuild the extracellular matrix, the fibrovasculature, and networks of blood vessels. Credit: National Cancer Institute \ Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University (Creator: Frank C. Marini)

 
 
 

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