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/ Updated December 7th, 2021

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Later Stage Treatment: Advanced Options

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  • There are many new advancements in treating advanced bladder cancer.
  • Targeted therapy is a more precise way to treat cancer than chemotherapy. Targeted therapy focuses on the processes that help cancer cells grow.
  • Antibody drug conjugate medications are a type of immunotherapy for cancer. These drugs target bladder cancer cells that express nectin-4.

 

Later Stage Treatment: Advanced Options

  • There are many new advancements in treating advanced bladder cancer.
  • Targeted therapy is a more precise way to treat cancer than chemotherapy. Targeted therapy focuses on the processes that help cancer cells grow.
  • Antibody drug conjugate medications are a type of immunotherapy for cancer. These drugs target bladder cancer cells that express nectin-4.

 

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