Noninvasive biomarker tests diagnose urothelial cancer in patients with hematuria

“What was very impressive from the study was by sequentially using Cxbladder Triage, Detect, and Resolve, we could not only segregate those who had cancer versus not, but also those who had low-risk tumors versus high-risk tumors,” says Jay Raman, MD, FACS.

In this video, Jay Raman, MD, FACS,discusses the findings and takeaways of the study, “The diagnostic performance of Cxbladder Resolve, alone and in combination with other Cxbladder tests, in the identification and priority evaluation of patients at risk for urothelial carcinoma,” published in the Journal of Urology. Raman is a professor and chair of urology at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Penn State University, Pennsylvania.