Bladder Cancer

  • 1. What is Bladder Cancer?
  • Executive Summary The bladder is the hollow, flexible organ in the lower abdomen stores urine. Bladder cancer is a common heterogeneous disease of the bladder that originates due to the uncontrollable growth of urinary bladder cells. Around 45,000 men and 17,000 women per year are diagnosed wit...
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  • 2. Statistics of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary The bladder cancer statistics increased every year, and later, it showed a sudden decrease of about 1% from 2008 to 2017. It is primarily prevalent among older adults belonging to the age group above 55 years. The prevalence of bladder cancer decreases, but still, the death rat...
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  • 4. Risk Factors of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Risk factors influence the chance of developing cancer among individuals, but individuals with no risk factors also develop cancer. Age, race, and gender are the common risk factors for bladder cancer. Smoking, workplace exposure, arsenic, and low fluid consumption are lifestyl...
  • 5. Preventions of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Some primary preventive measures are taken for reducing the risk of bladder cancer. Some of the significant preventative measures for bladder cancer include quitting smoking, uptake of cautions or some chemicals, and consuming more fluid and healthy fruits and vegetables. P...
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  • 6. Symptoms and Sign of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Bladder cancer is diagnosed based on signs and symptoms. The most common sign and symptom of bladder cancer are urination abnormalities. Blood in the urine (hematuria), changes in urination patterns such as pain or burning during urination, frequent urination, weak urine strea...
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  • 7. Stages and Grades of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary The staging system of bladder cancer depends on the development of cancer cells in the bladder and its metastasis to both inside and outside the bladder. The stages of bladder cancer are determined by examining the sample removed during a TURBT. Invasive and non-invasive cance...
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  • 8. Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Different tests are being conducted for the diagnosis of bladder cancer. Additional reviews are done to check bladder cancer metastasis to other body parts. The biopsy is the most common diagnostic test for identifying the affected body area. The diagnostic approach to bladder...
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  • 9. Types of Treatment for Bladder cancer
  • Executive Summary The different types of standard treatments for bladder cancer are explained in detail. Common treatments are used along with the integration of effective treatment planning. Surgery, Transurethral resection of bladder tumor (TURBT), Partial cystectomy, and Radical cystectomy ar...
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  • 10. Treatments by Stages of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary The treatment of bladder cancer is specified as per its different stages. Non-invasive and Non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer are classified under stage 0a, 0is, 1. Patients with low-grade non-invasive cancer (Stage 0a) are treated firstly with TURBT. Patients with high-grade n...
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  • 11. About Clinical trials for Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Clinical trials are considered to be a better method for treating bladder cancer. The evaluation of chemotherapy and radiation therapy drugs are integrated into bladder cancer clinical trials. Clinical trials are also conducted on medicines and other therapies that can relieve ...
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  • 12. Latest Research On Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Several research studies have been conducted to seek more information on bladder cancer, their related prevention method, their diagnostic approach at the initial phase, and the best treatments strategies. The research areas have included new options for patients through clinic...
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  • 13. Coping up with Treatments of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Bladder cancer treatment results into causing various side effects and alterations to the patient’s body. The results of treatment show variations as per the individuals. Sometimes the same treatment strategy used for a particular disease condition evolves with different effe...
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  • 14. Follow-up care for Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Follow-up care for bladder cancer refers to the after-treatment protocols conducted by the healthcare team to look after recurrence, manage the side effects, and monitor the patients’ overall health. Both medical and physical examinations are included in the follow-up care of...
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  • 15. Survivorship of Bladder Cancer
  • Executive Summary Survivorship begins immediately after the diagnosis of cancer. The individuals under treatment and whose disease conditions are cured after the treatment are referred to as the cancer survivors. Survivorship in bladder cancer refers to no signs of cancer post-treatment. Cancer ...
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  • 16. Questions to ask Healthcare Team
  • When making up your mind about treatment, you must know every detail about the treatment you opt for. It would be best if you ask Questions to ask Healthcare Team anything about cancer that you don't understand. Don't forget that you can ask your healthcare team questions during your treatment a...
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  • 17. Additional resources for Bladder cancer
  • Here are a few links to help you find more about Bladder cancer. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/bladder-cancer/symptoms-causes/syc-20356104https://www.cancer.org/cancer/bladder-cancer/about/what-is-bladder-cancer.htmlhttps://www.healthline.com/health/bladder-cancerhttps://www.can...
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