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The jury is still out on this question, but I suspect that chlorinated drinking water does have some responsibility for the occurrence of bladder...
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I recommend you get screened for diabetes.  Are you thirsty as well?  Good luck - bladder cancer is extremely rare in young adults...
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You could try natural remedies.If you want more info on this i can give you a wellness center's number and email.I have gone to the wellness...
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This sounds like the description of a pressure ulcer, to me. And it definitely deserves to be examined by a medical professional.Pressure ulcers...
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To diagnose bladder cancer, your doctor completes a thorough medical history and exam, and then he or she will probably send you to a urologist, a...
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Treatment for bladder cancer depends on the stage of the cancer, a measure of how widespread the cancer might be. Stage 0 or carcinoma in situ. This...
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Doctors measure bladder cancer prognosis using survival rates. The five-year survival rate is the percentage of patients who live at least five years...
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In its early stages, bladder cancer may not have obvious symptoms. In the later stages, symptoms of bladder cancer may include: Bloody urine, most...
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The bladder is a pouch in the urinary tract that stores urine after it is produced by the kidneys. The bladder is lined with specialized cells called...
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We do not know the exact cause of bladder cancer. But there are a number of risk factors linked to the disease. Bladder irritation. Chronic...
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The cause of bladder cancer is not known. Changes in the genetic material (DNA) of bladder cells may play a role. Chemicals in the environment and...
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Bladder cancer cannot be prevented, but you may be able to reduce some of your risk factors for developing it. Cigarette smokers are much more likely...
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The most common symptoms of bladder cancer include: Blood or blood clots in the urine (hematuria). Hematuria occurs in 80% to 90% of people who have...
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Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells in the body. These extra cells grow together and form masses, called tumors. In bladder cancer, these growths...
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Bladder cancer is the rapid, uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the bladder. Cancer usually begins in the lining of the bladder. The cancerous...
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