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Understanding Bladder Cancer

Understanding Bladder Cancer

Many bladder cancers are believed to be caused by exposure to cancer-causing chemicals that pass through the urine and come into contact with the lining of the bladder. The first sign of bladder cancer is blood in the urine or pink-colored urine. Elderly men are more predisposed to bladder cancer than women and younger men....

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6 Risk Factors for Bladder Cancer [Video]

6 Risk Factors for Bladder Cancer [Video]

The bladder, located in the pelvis, acts as a urine storage. Cancer of the bladder happens when cancer cells grow in the bladder’s lining and can also spread to the bladder muscles. Although bladder cancer is not common, several risk factors can increase your chances of developing such cancer. The urinary bladder, a hollow, muscular,...