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Medical technologist holding urine tube test in medical laboratory

Less than a year after The University of Birmingham had partnered with Nonacus to produce a urine test for bladder cancer, the first results are in. Less than a year after The University of Birmingham had partnered with Nonacus to produce a urine test for bladder cancer, the first results are in.

by Lilly Matson | Analysis | 16 April 2022

16 April 2022

Medical technologist holding urine tube test in medical laboratory

Cancer Research UK scientists are developing tests that can detect the presence of glioma, a type of brain tumour, in patient urine or blood plasma. Cancer Research UK scientists are developing tests that can detect the presence of glioma, a type of brain tumour, in patient urine or blood plasma.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 23 July 2021

23 July 2021

doctor holding urine sample

The University of Birmingham has partnered with Nonacus, a company that develops non-invasive genetic testing devices, to produce a urine test for bladder cancer that could spare thousands of people invasive procedures. The University of Birmingham has partnered with Nonacus, a company that develops non-invasive genetic testing devices, to produce a urine test for bladder cancer that could spare thousands of people invasive procedures.

by Harry Jenkins | News | 2 July 2021

2 July 2021

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Cancer Research UK scientists have shown that a protein in urine could be a powerful indicator of prostate cancer risk, according to a study published in PLoS ONE. Cancer Research UK scientists have shown that a protein in urine could be a powerful indicator of prostate cancer risk, according to a study published in PLoS ONE.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 13 October 2010

13 October 2010

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A simple urine test could revolutionise the way doctors diagnose bladder cancer according to a new study by Cancer Research UK. A simple urine test could revolutionise the way doctors diagnose bladder cancer according to a new study by Cancer Research UK.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 16 July 2002

16 July 2002