December 31, 2004

Moderate Bladder Cancer Treatment Sometimes OK

Once bladder cancer invades surrounding muscles, surgical removal of the bladder -- radical cystectomy -- is usually deemed necessary. However, if the disease has not spread to other areas of the body, this can sometimes be avoided, according to Italian researchers. (UPMC Cancer Centers)

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