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21 march 2020 00:00:45

 
Distribution of Molecular Subtypes in Muscle-invasive Bladder Cancer Is Driven by Sex-specific Differences (European Urology Oncology)
 




Biological differences between males and females were investigated using muscle-invasive bladder cancer tissue from 1000 patients. We found that male tumors had higher androgen response activity and were frequently of the luminal papillary subtype, suggesting that the development of muscle-invasive bladder cancer may be hormone responsive.


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