Published in Cancer Weekly, August 7th, 2001
Ohio State University researchers tried expanding the number of tissue samples to 12, and found the additional samples yielded evidence of cancer in 10 of the 74 study subjects.
"That's a substantial portion of cancers that would have been missed if we hadn't done a more extensive set of biopsies," said Robert Bahnson, coauthor of the study published in the journal Urologic Oncology and a professor of surgery and chief of urology at OSU.
"Somewhere between 10% and 20% of...
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