View the following useful resources to learn more about Cxbladder. The resources can help you and your doctor make important diagnostic and treatment decisions together.
Patient information pamphlet
- Breen V, Kasabov N, Kamat AM, et al. A holistic comparative analysis of diagnostic tests for urothelial carcinoma: a study of Cxbladder Detect, UroVysion® FISH, NMP22® and cytology based on imputation of multiple datasets. BMC Med Res Methodol2015;15:45. [pdf available]
- Holyoake A, O’Sullivan P, Pollock R, et al. Development of a multiplex RNA urine test for the detection and stratification of transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder. Clin Cancer Res 2008;14:742–9. [pdf available]
- Kavalieris L, O’Sullivan PJ, Suttie JM, et al. A segregation index combining phenotypic (clinical characteristics) and genotypic (gene expression) from a urine sample to triage out patients presenting with hematuria who have a low probability of urothelial carcinoma. BMC Urol 2015;15:23. [pdf available]
- Lotan Y, Hershey JR, Shariat S, et al. The development and clinical validation of a high sensitivity urine biomarker test for the determination of recurrence in urothelial carcinoma patients. American Urological Association Annual Meeting 2016; San Diego, CA, USA. [abstract available]
- O’Sullivan P, Sharples K, Dalphin M, et al. A multigene urine test for the detection and stratification of bladder cancer in patients presenting with hematuria. J Urol 2012;188:741–7.
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Cxbladder Process information
Because what happens at the molecular level is so crucial to the development of cancer, Cxbladder detects bladder cancer at that molecular level by measuring specific messenger RNA, representing a bladder cancer molecular signature.
Cxbladder Clinical Study Results
Cxbladder has been validated by a multicenter clinical study published in the 2012 edition of the Journal of Urology.
TVNZ One News Nov 2012: Interview with Sir Peter Leitch
Sir Peter Leitch talks to TVNZ One News about his personal battle with bladder cancer and how his use of bladder cancer detection test, Cxbladder, is helping him with peace of mind.
Talk to your doctor
Are you alarmed about blood in your urine? Worried about bladder cancer? Here are some questions you can ask your doctor.Get the questions here
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