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Avoiding Unnecessary Delays in Diagnosing Bladder Cancer

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Avoiding Unnecessary Delays in Diagnosing Bladder Cancer
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Early diagnosis of bladder cancer is a significant step toward survival. Over the years, findings have suggested that women and African-Americans a...
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    Early diagnosis of bladder cancer is a significant step toward survival. Over the years, findings have suggested that women and African-Americans are particularly vulnerable to the disease, and often times, we are delayed in our diagnosis and subsequent treatment of these more highly susceptible populations. What are the most effective steps we can take to improve our recognition of bladder cancer earlier in its progression? Host Dr. Mark Nolan Hill welcomes Dr. Gary Steinberg, professor and vice chairman of urology, and director of urologic oncology at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, to discuss the key issues relative to gender and race, as well as awareness among patients and primary care physicians toward prevention of a delayed diagnosis of bladder cancer.

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