Bladder Cancer

Bladder Cancer is a tumor that originates in the cells that line the bladder. Bladder tumors are rare and affect more men than women, especially elderly patients (60-70 years).

The disease is detected on routine imaging tests (such as ultrasound, MRI, CT scan) before the onset of symptoms. And the sooner the diagnosis is made, the greater the chance of a cure for bladder cancer.

Smoking increases up to 4 times the risk of developing the disease and also exposure to some chemical solvents.