"bladder cancer stage 0", by Terese Winslow (Illustrator). Stage 0 bladder cancer; drawing shows the bladder, ureter, prostate, and urethra. First inset shows stage 0a (also called noninvasive papillary carcinoma) on the inner lining of the bladder. Second inset shows stage 0is (also...
Cancer is a disease in which cells in the body grow out of control. When cancer begins in the bladder, it is called bladder cancer. Yearly in the United States, about 56,000 men and 17,500 women get bladder cancer, and about 12,000 men and 4,700 women die from the disease. Needing to pee often; Pain while peing; Back pain; Pelvic pain. Smoking cigarettes is one of the most important risk factor for bladder cancer. Other risk factors include, Having a family history of bladder cancer; Having certain genetics mutations. To lower the risk of bladder cancer, do not smoke and be especially careful around specific types of chemicals. People that have one or more of these nonspecific illness commonly do not have bladder cancer, however have another problem such as an infection. There are numerous types of bladder cancer, categorized by the type of cell in the tissue that comes to be cancerous. If the tumor spreads past the cellular lining of the bladder into neighboring tissues or organs, it is referred to as invasive bladder cancer. It's known as advanced or metastatic bladder cancer if bladder cancer has spread out to other parts of the body. Most cases of bladder cancer seem triggered by exposure to harmful substances, which lead to abnormal changes in the bladder's cells over years. Tobacco smoke is a common cause and it's approximated that more than 1 in 3 cases of bladder cancer are brought on by smoking cigarettes.
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