This section is about cancer of the bladder. It includes the symptoms and causes of bladder cancer, tests, treatments for the different stages of bladder cancer – including treatment into the bladder, surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy – and current research. There is information about living with bladder cancer, including coping with a urostomy (stoma), managing after surgery, and how treatment can affect your sex life.
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- Press release: Urine test could help detect aggressive bladder cancer
- A simple urine test could distinguish between aggressive and less aggressive bladder cancers according to a new Cancer R...
- 29 Nov 2013
- News: Campaign highlights blood in urine as potential sign of kidney cancer
- A national campaign has been launched to highlight the symptoms of bladder and kidney cancer as new figures show an incr...
- 15 Oct 2013
- Press release: Radiotherapy could spare bladder cancer patients surgery
- Radiotherapy is an effective treatment for aggressive bladder cancer and could spare patients surgery that removes the w...
- 1 Oct 2013
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- 13 Dec 2013
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- 11 Dec 2013
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