Investigation into a novel, but simple, non-invasive approach for detection of genitourinary cancer.

By January 28, 2019February 28th, 2021No Comments

Cancer remains one of the most formidable diseases of mankind. Genitourinary cancers, such as those involving prostate (CaP) and bladder urothelium, are common malignancies. However, their noninvasive diagnosis remains challenging.

Our investigation pertains to the use of voided urine, in which we selectively identify shed cancerous cells (SCC) by targeting a specific genomic biomarker to distinguish them from normal epithelial cells optically.

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