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Topic: Monitoring & Surveillance

Bladder Cancer Survival: The Importance of Early Detection

The prognosis for bladder cancer, a disease that is diagnosed in over 80,000 Americans each year1, significantly improves the earlier it's discovered.


Supporting a Friend with Bladder Cancer

When someone close receives a bladder cancer diagnosis, your first instinct will be to offer help. Your heart's in the right place there, however you may not know the best way to support them.


May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

Bladder cancer is the 4th most common cancer among men in the US and 9th overall, accounting for just under 5% of all new cancer cases.


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 3-6 months for two years, every 6-12 months for years 3-4, and at least annually after that.