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Category: Risk Factors

Bladder Cancer: Occupational Risk Factors

Longterm exposure to certain chemicals and agents in the workplace can be a significant cause of bladder cancer so it’s important to be aware of professional environments where you may...

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Bladder Cancer: Causes & Symptoms in Men

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.

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Coffee and Cancer: Friend or Foe?

Lifestyle factors, including consuming a healthy diet, have the potential to contribute to a decreased cancer risk.

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Is Bladder Cancer Hereditary?

If one or more of your relatives has had bladder cancer, it's understandable to wonder if bladder cancer is hereditary.

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How Does Smoking Affect the Bladder?

Can smoking cause bladder cancer? How do you get bladder cancer from smoking? These are good questions that are asked frequently because tobacco use and cigarette smoking continue to be...

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What Causes Bladder Cancer?

There will be approximately 81,400 new cases of bladder cancer in the United States in 2020.

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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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