BCG failure leads to heightened risk of bladder cancer death

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Chicago-Patients with carcinoma in situ or recurrent Ta, Tis, or T1 bladdercancer are at increased risk of dying of the disease within 5 years unlessthey achieve a complete response with bacille Calmette-Guérin therapy,say researchers from the Southwest Oncology Group.

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