Bladder Cancer Research
The evaluation and treatment of bladder cancer is a complex process that typically involves multiple procedures and care providers. Dr. Paul Crispen’s research aims to improve the care of all stages of bladder cancer through clinical and basic science research.
The Association with Bladder Cancer and Infection
Current basic science research at the University of Florida is evaluating the potential role of urinary tract infections and the development of bladder cancer and the evaluation of cellular sugar molecules in bladder cancer progression.
Strategies to Improve Bladder Cancer Surgery Outcomes
Clinical research projects include improving detection of recurrent bladder cancer during surveillance following initial treatment and multiple studies aimed at improving outcomes of patients undergoing bladder removal surgery.
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