Bladder cancer

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Bladder cancer

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Bladder cancer is a bladder shaped disorder, a hollow organ in the pelvis that stores urine before it leaves the body. Cancer affects men much more often than women in terms of causes and risk factors (it is the fourth most common cancer in men), the average age at diagnosis is 73. Because the bladder is responsible for holding urine after it is produced by the kidneys, many of the symptoms of bladder cancer may be associated with urinary irregularities, such as urinary blood, frequent urination, urinary pain and urinary discomfort, even when the bladder is not complete. Our medical specialists have extensive experience in the diagnosis, planning and treatment of bladder cancer at "Cure my Medical" treatment centres. To determine the type and severity of the disease you can undergo tests such as a cystoscopy, advanced genomic testing, biopsy, and/or X-ray. A multidisciplinary team of physicians and clinicians will then work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to you and your needs, including therapies to help you manage and treat the side effects of the disease.

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