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.
During challenging times books can offer practical advice, perspective, and empathy. Whether they've faced their own cancer diagnosis and wanted to share the experience, were coping after the diagnosis of...
Good nutrition is essential for our overall health and may also play a role in reducing symptoms associated with common bladder disorders.
Bladder cancer can usually be treated successfully when detected at an early stage, so it's important to recognise and act on the signs and symptoms.
How do you tell a partner, friend, or family member you have cancer? Receiving this type of diagnosis can leave you with a mix of complex emotions, so it’s understandable...
As a cancer caregiver your focus will be on your loved one as you work to support them, both physically and emotionally.
Caregivers are friends, relatives, or spouses who play a primary role in helping a loved one — an individual managing cancer or another medical condition — with daily living activities...
Bladder cancer is the sixth most common cancer among males globally, while men are four times more likely than women to be diagnosed with the disease during their lifetime.
The prognosis for bladder cancer, a disease that is diagnosed in over 80,000 Americans each year1, significantly improves the earlier it's discovered.
Lifestyle factors, including consuming a healthy diet, have the potential to contribute to a decreased cancer risk.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are much more common in women than in men, and the symptoms, e.g.