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Smokers may face a higher risk of bladder cancer than previously thought, a US study has revealed.
Cancer patients from deprived backgrounds are more likely to develop life-threatening health problems, research published today (Wednesday) in the British Journal of...
Up to 700 women in England diagnosed with kidney or bladder cancer every year are experiencing a delay in being referred to a specialist, new research has revealed.
Bladder cancer patients given low doses of chemotherapy combined with radiotherapy were nearly 50 per cent less likely to relapse with the most lethal form of the disease...
People with contact allergies to common metals and chemicals may be less likely to develop certain types of cancer, according to a study by scientists.
Men are over 35 per cent more likely to die from cancer than women in the UK, according to a new report.
Most people have a poor understanding of the symptoms and causes of bladder cancer, according to new research from Action on Bladder Cancer (ABC), a UK charity.
Older bladder cancer patients are less likely than younger patients to receive treatments intended to cure their disease such as surgery to remove the bladder or...