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From your primary care doctor to your oncology nurse, learn the roles and functions of all members of your medical health care team.
Research shows that patients who complete exercise programs after surgery for bladder cancer enjoy better outcomes than those who don’t. So what exercises can you do? A physical therapist, oncologist, and urologist give suggestions.
From lobbying your lawmakers on Capitol Hill to sharing your story in the media, here are great ways to raise awareness of this deadly disease.
Cynthia Kinsella was devastated when she first got her bladder cancer diagnosis, but she feels great 12 years later. Learn how it changed her life.
This collection of bladder cancer questions and answers can help you ask the right questions at your next doctor's appointment.
Learn more about surgery, immunotherapy, chemotherapy, and other treatment options for bladder cancer from stage 0 to stage 4.
Bladder cancer is a silent and deadly form of cancer. But there is hope. Learn more about the symptoms, treatments, and types of bladder cancer.
Blood in your urine and lower back pain are two common symptoms of bladder cancer. Read this slideshow to learn more.
Learn more about this surgical treatment for invasive bladder cancer, including how it may affect your life in the bathroom and in the bedroom.
Learn about the most promising new therapies and treatment combinations for treating advanced bladder cancer.