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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A genomic study of non-invasive bladder cancer has identified genomic subtypes of the disease, along with pathways that are more frequently altered relative to muscle-invasive forms of the disease.

"Our improved ability to identify these specific molecular features of individual tumors should allow a more personalized approach to therapy and disease management in the future," senior author Margaret Knowles, a molecular oncology researcher at Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology, said in a statement.

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