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Bladder cancer symptoms as Brits urged to check for 'silent' sign

Man noticed something different after using toilet - and was given devastating diagnosis

Achieving Benchmarks for National Quality Indicators Reduces Recurrence and Progression in Non-muscle-invasive Bladder Cancer

Experiences of patients with bladder cancer: A comparison of urban and rural areas

Glen credits wife Laura with saving his life four years on from his bladder cancer diagnosis

Systemic anticancer therapy for urothelial carcinoma: UK oncologists’ perspective

Early bird’ bladder cancer survivor urges people with possible symptoms to GET CHECKED



Bladder Cancer's Impact on Daily Life and Employment: A Global Perspective

Inverclyde MSP backs Wemyss Bay woman's bladder cancer awareness efforts

Man spotted an alarming symptom of bladder cancer while finishing up on the loo - symptoms

Patient and Carer Experiences with Bladder Cancer: Results from a Global Survey in 45 Countries

Why people need to stop hesitating to talk about bladder cancer symptoms

Taking bladder cancer patients’ voice forward with action where it matters most

Time for more ambition on bladder cancer policy

Patient experience of surveillance following radical treatment for muscle-invasive bladder cancer



Urology: Towards better care for patients with bladder cancer

Eccles cancer survivor pens charity poetry pamphlet inspired by healthcare journey

The most common cancer you've likely never heard of



Bladder Preservation With Radiotherapy: The Patient Perspective

The Scottish Bladder Cancer Quality Performance Indicators Influencing Outcomes, Prognosis, and Surveillance (Scot BC Quality OPS) Clinical Project

Restriction of BCG Supplies



Adjuvant chemotherapy in upper tract urothelial carcinoma (the POUT trial): a phase 3, open-label, randomised controlled trial

Saints legend to open new £2.2 million urology centre



Fight Club offering advice and guidance to people affected by bladder cancer

OBITUARY: Fight Bladder Cancer founder Andrew Winterbottom



Amazing machine saved my life from grip of 'forgotten cancer'



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