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About This Project

Molecular pathoepidemiology is the study of the cause and natural history of disease on a molecular, individual, and population level, utilizing tissue specimens and data from existing epidemiological studies. We aim to use this method to better diagnose bladder cancer, to more accurately estimate its risk of recurrence, and to inform personalized targeting of anti-cancer drugs. In the long term, we plan to apply these principles to other cancers and related illnesses.

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