Welcome to the Cxbladder Blog, where we like to publish a range of bladder cancer related articles for both patients and caregivers. Make sure you check back regularly for fresh content.

What Causes Bladder Cancer?

There will be approximately 80,470 new cases of bladder cancer in the United States in 2019. The American Cancer Society has noted a slight decline in new cases and deaths related to...

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Diet and Nutrition for Bladder Cancer

No one food by itself can keep you from getting cancer. However, research shows a diet filled with various fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains and other plant foods can lower your risk for...

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Bladder Cancer in Men: Infographic

Bladder cancer is the 4th most common cancer among men, taking over 1,200 lives in New Zealand and Australia each year. 

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A Guide to Keeping Your Bladder Healthy

You use your bladder several times each day, but do you know what you should do to keep this organ healthy? Chances are, you don't.

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The Importance of Bladder Cancer Monitoring & Surveillance

The American Urological Association recommends patients who have had a bladder tumor removed undergo bladder cancer surveillance every three to six months for three years and at least annually after that.

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Newly Diagnosed With Bladder Cancer

If your doctor recently diagnosed you with bladder cancer, chances are, you're completely dazed since those were words you probably never thought you'd hear.

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Bladder Cancer In Women

Bladder cancer develops when your healthy bladder lining cells begin changing and growing out of control, forming a tumor.

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Bladder Cancer In Men

Cancer is a condition where your body cells start growing out of control. Bladder cancer is where cancer begins in your bladder.

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8 Top Ways to Keep Your Bladder Healthy

The bladder is an extremely useful organ for our functioning health. To keep you and your bladder in top shape, here are 8 tips to maintain a healthy bladder.

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