US study backs Matritech's non-invasive bladder cancer test
This article was originally published in Clinica
Matritech's non-invasive urine test for bladder cancer is twice as effective at detecting the disease as conventional cytology, according to a new US study. The test was also found to be more sensitive than another commercially available urine-based test for bladder cancer.
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