UTSW-led study shows promise for upper urinary tract cancer drug

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A team from 15 U.S. medical centers led by UT Southwestern Simmons Cancer Center researchers performed the first analysis of Jelmyto (UGN-101) to treat upper urinary tract urothelial cancers. 

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