|January, 2012||A Medical Tell-All Can Be Found in Urine|
As one of the four routes by which substances normally exit the body (the others being feces, breath and sweat), urine has a uniquely valuable role in medicine: It holds clues not just to what people eat and drink, but also to how well their bodies are functioning.
|November, 2011||Diabetes Increases Bladder Cancer Recurrence, Progression Risk |
Diabetes mellitus (DM) appears to be an independent predictor of disease recurrence and progression among patients with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC), according to investigators.
|October, 2011||Drinking Fluids Could Decrease Men's Bladder Cancer Risk: Study |
Drinking plenty of fluids helps to keep us from becoming dehydrated -- and a new study suggests it might also help to protect men from bladder cancer.
|September, 2011||New Bladder Cancer Warning for Diabetes Drug Actos|
FDA: Increased Risk of Bladder Cancer for Patients Taking Actos the Longest.
|August, 2011||Bladder Cancer Risk Even Higher for Smokers Than Thought|
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NIH study confirms bladder cancer risk from smoking is higher than previously estimated.