Simple urine test could improve early detection of bladder cancer – WHO study
A new study conducted by researchers from the United Nations health agency revealed that bladder cancer mutations can be detected in urine up to 10 years before clinically diagnosing the disease.
The new evidence is detailed in an article published by The Lancet, which highlights the potential of early detection.
A simple urine test has recently been developed, and these new results are another exciting step towards the validation of a non-invasive early detection tool.
This test could significantly improve and simplify the way in which bladder cancer is detected.