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In the last several years, significant effort has been applied to identifying novel agents with effectiveness against prostate cancer. These studies were designed to determine the efficacy of one of these novel compounds, D2A21, in the treatment of an animal model of prostate cancer. Using the...
Purpose: To determine whether an extended sector biopsy of the prostate will increase the detection of prostate cancer, without causing an increase in morbidity. Materials and Methods: A total of 74 men with a mean age of 62.3 years (46–98 years) who either had an elevated PSA or an abnormal...
The most essential information necessary for the treatment of bladder cancer is to know its exact staging. We have developed a percutaneous whole layer core biopsy (PC-WLCB) of the bladder tumor and applied it successfully since April 1985 for the staging and evaluation of neoadjuvant therapy in...
Eighty-nine patients with progressive prostate cancer despite suppression of testosterone and withdrawal of anti-androgens were studied. This was a relatively advanced population, with 63 of 89 having either osseous metastases (mets) beyond the axial skeleton or visceral mets. Patients were...
Mutations in the p53 tumour suppressor gene are generally believed to be a late event in the progression of prostate cancer, and are associated with androgen independence, metastasis, and a worse prognosis. In this review, we examine the current literature available on p53 mutations and focus on...
Obstructive uropathy in a patient with carcinoma of the bladder is usually considered to be a sign of advanced disease. We discuss a patient who presented with obstructive uropathy as a sequelae of large volume yet superficial and organ-confined bladder cancer.
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