Comparison of bladder cancer outcome in men undergoing hematuria home screening versus those with standard clinical presentations.

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OBJECTIVES Because repetitive hematuria home screening with a chemical reagent strip can detect early stage bladder cancer (BC) in asymptomatic middle-aged and elderly men, the ability of this screening to effect earlier detection and reduce BC mortality was investigated. METHODS Grades, stages, and outcomes of BCs detected by hematuria screening in 1575… (More)

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@article{Messing1995ComparisonOB, title={Comparison of bladder cancer outcome in men undergoing hematuria home screening versus those with standard clinical presentations.}, author={E. M. Messing and Todd Young and V. Bruce Hunt and K. W. Gilchrist and M. A. Newton and Lora Bram and W J Hisgen and Ehud Greenberg and M E Kuglitsch and John D Wegenke}, journal={Urology}, year={1995}, volume={45 3}, pages={387-96; discussion 396-7} }