Costly tests may not help detect blad...

Costly tests may not help detect bladder cancer recurrence, study finds

There are 1 comment on the Physics Blog story from Mar 3, 2010, titled Costly tests may not help detect bladder cancer recurrence, study finds. In it, Physics Blog reports that:

In a new study from The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, researchers found that cystoscopy, the standard for screening for recurrence of early-stage bladder cancer, is a cost-effective method of detecting tumors.

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Cathy

El Paso, TX

#1 Mar 4, 2010
I've read many articles recently in both medical and religious publications that indicate that cancer is caused by resentment and can only be healed by forgiveness. Forgiveness could save billions of dollars in health care costs.

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