Can a lesion on the bladder be cancer?

Answer A lesion is an abnormal structural change in a cell or group of cells. While the potential for cancer exists, the lesion may also be benign (non-cancerous). Your doctor can test for potential cance... Read More »

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Is bladder cancer related to prostate cancer?

Prostate cancer is a form of adenocarcinoma--a cancer that develops in glandular structures that line certain organs--that can spread to the bladder. Adenocarcinomas can also occur in the stomach, ... Read More »

Bladder cancer please help?

Yes...the doctor seems very positive that he will have a good outcome. I am certain he will be just fine. They have caught it early before it spread, which is a good thing. There is nothing you nee... Read More »

Can bladder cancer be inherited?

A person is at an increased risk of developing bladder cancer if one or more of his immediate relatives have had bladder cancer or he has a family history of hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal canc... Read More »

Does bladder cancer usually spread?

The Mayo Clinic notes that 75 percent of bladder cancers are detected early, before it has spread past the bladder's inner lining. In later stages, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center poi... Read More »