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 »

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 »

Who discovered bladder cancer?

Bladder cancer has been known since ancient times; no single individual discovered it. Dr. Ludwig Rehn (1849-1930), a German physician, was the first modern Western scientist to investigate the cau... Read More »

Bladder or Urethral Cancer in Dogs?

Cancer is not just a human disease. The National Canine Cancer Foundation says that one of out of every three dogs will develop cancer, and over half of those dogs will die of the disease. Bladder ... Read More »