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Whether you are a urology nurse, a surgeon, a GP, an allied health professional, or a rehabilitation professional, thank you for all you do to support people affected bladder cancer.

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Our resources are produced in collaboration with patients and carers. They are endorsed by the British Association of Urological Nurses, the British Association of Urological Surgeons, the British Uro-Oncology Group, and The Urology Foundation. Financial support provided by the Graham and Dianne Roberts Charitable Settlement, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, MSD, the National Lottery Community Fund, Pfizer, Roche, and Sanofi. All editorial control has been retained by Fight Bladder Cancer.

Ravi’s Story

‘Fight Bladder Cancer became my friend when I really needed one, shortly after being diagnosed. I am so pleased that there is a charity looking out for every patient and doing its best to drive research, be heard, educate and share developments on a worldwide basis.

I will forever support the charity because of this and the fact that unfortunately, so many more people will be needing this friend whether they or a loved one is diagnosed’

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Johnstone' Story

Despite initial discomfort discussing cancer with his doctor, Johnstone - a retired GP - emphasises the importance of patient-clinician communication. Through laughter, tears, and shared experiences with fellow patients, Johnstone navigated the challenges of post-bladder surgery life, addressing taboo topics like sexual dysfunction with openness and support. 

Navigating bladder cancer and the importance of patient-clinician communication

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We’ve tried to make the information on this site as accurate as possible. Whilst we have support from medical professionals to review the general medical content of this site, please remember that only your medical team can give you specific advice about your symptoms or illness. Fight Bladder Cancer is a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation in Scotland (SC051881), England and Wales (1198773), and was initially established as an unincorporated charity in England and Wales (1157763). It also operates in Northern Ireland.