Bladder Cancer

To learn more about bladder cancer, you can access information from the National Cancer Institute below.

To view bladder cancer booklets and/or download for use in your planner, please select from the options below.

ASCO Answers Fact Sheet
NCCN Guidelines for Patients Booklet
CancerCare Treatment Update Booklet

Bladder Cancer

Bladder Cancer – Did You Know?

  • The most common sign of bladder cancer is blood in the urine. Other symptoms may include frequent urination, urgency, and/or irritation when urinating.1

  • Risk factors associated with bladder cancer include smoking, workplace exposure to chemicals, certain medicines and supplements, as well as not drinking enough fluids. Other risk factors include race and ethnicity, gender, age, personal and family history, chronic bladder irritations or infections, as well as chemotherapy or radiation therapy.2

  • Connecting with other people that have bladder cancer in person and/or online can help you learn about your condition and provide you with support.


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