The aim of this work was to design an add-on instrument that could potentially decrease the recurrence of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer. The current surgical approach permits spilled tumour cells to disseminate within the bladder, re-implant and cause tumour recurrence.
Currently, a sling implant is the standard treatment for stress urinary incontinence in women. To be effective, they require an adequate anchoring system. The aim of this study is compare biomechanical features of fixation systems of two mini slings models available on the market (Ophira™ and Mini Arc™) through a tensile test.
This article provides the patient perspective on cancer clinical trials.
Urologic oncology. 2018 Feb 07 [Epub ahead of print]
Rick Bangs, Tony Crispino
SWOG Patient Advocate Committee and SWOG Bladder Cancer Patient Advocate.
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