Woonbok Chung - Haverford PA,
Bogdan A. Czerniak - Houston TX,
Jean-Pierre Issa - Philadelphia PA,
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Provided are methods for detecting bladder cancer in a subject. In some aspects, methylation of one or more of MYO3A, CA10, NKX6-2, SOX11, DBC1, NPTX2, and/or A2BP1 in DNA sediment from a urine sample may be evaluated to detect the presence or absence of a bladder cancer in a human patient.