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Jelmyto a “paradigm shift” in treating upper tract urothelial carcinoma


“What's great about [Jelmyto] is you can avoid a pretty morbid operation in a typically unhealthy older population, and treat them with localized therapy,” says Jason M. Hafron, MD.

In a video interview conducted at the 2021 LUGPA annual meeting, Jason M. Hafron, MD, discusses his experience with mitomycin-containing reverse thermal gel (Jelmyto) in the treatment of low-grade upper tract urothelial cancer. Hafron is a partner at the Michigan Institute of Urology, PC; an associate professor of urology at the William Beaumont School of Medicine, Oakland University; and the director of robotic surgery at Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak in Michigan.

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