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Bladder Cancer In America 2019

Survey Shows Females with Bladder Cancer Receive Less Support, Experience Lower Quality of Life

Females with bladder cancer are more likely than their male counterparts to experience a greater number of symptoms and challenges with coping, less support and, as a result, lower perceptions of quality of life. This is one of many findings from "Bladder Cancer In America 2019," a new survey from Health Union that illuminates the perspectives and experiences of people living with bladder cancer.

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BBK Health Union partnership

HCPs Are Important Ingredient – But Not Entire Recipe – for Clinical Trial Participation

Key findings from a joint survey conducted by Health Union and BBK Worldwide - featuring perspectives from pharmaceutical and biotechnology sponsors, physicians, and patients - challenge the long-held notion that physicians are reluctant to refer their patients to other specialists for access to clinical trials.

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Health Union Announces Acceptance to Present at NCCN Annual Conference 2019

Health Union will share research findings in a poster presentation at the 2019 Annual Conference of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) in Orlando.

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