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NMP22 BladderChek Test

Description: The NMP22 BladderChek Test is the only in-office test approved by the FDA for the diagnosis of bladder cancer. The NMP22 BladderChek Test is a painless and non-invasive assay, performed on a single urine sample, that detects elevated levels of NMP22 protein. Healthy individuals generally have very ...
Company:Matritech, Inc.
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NMP22® BladderChek® Test

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Develops cancer diagnostic products based on a proprietary nuclear ... The NMP22® BladderChek® Test aids in the diagnosis and monitoring of bladder cancer. ...

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Information and resources for people diagnosed with bladder cancer and those who care for them, valuable tips and help for researching treatment options.

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