Bladder cancer: chemoprevention, complementary approaches and budgetary considerations.

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Bladder cancer results from complex and only partially understood host-environmental interactions. Tobacco smoking is the greatest risk factor for bladder cancer, but the actual risk to an individual reflects not only the amount of exposure to the carcinogens in tobacco smoke but also host susceptibility to these carcinogens and possibly other factors… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/03008880802284258

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@article{Grossman2008BladderCC, title={Bladder cancer: chemoprevention, complementary approaches and budgetary considerations.}, author={H. Barton Grossman and Arnulf Stenzl and Mark A. Moyad and Michael J. Droller}, journal={Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology. Supplementum}, year={2008}, volume={218}, pages={213-33} }