Bladder Cancer Discussions

Community support is essential when it comes to a cancer diagnosis. View our helpful bladder cancer forum below to find online resources and research forum responses for information from other cancer patients and survivors.

All pet cancer related discussions have been moved to the Pet Cancer Discussion page to avoid confusion between pet cancer and bladder cancer.
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ALOTTOFHOPE starting treatments 0 May 03 08
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elikapeka Recurrence studies 3 Apr 26 08
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beckylynn treatments 0 Apr 25 08
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SteveK Just Diagnosed - My Story 5 Apr 19 08
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WOLFLADY1020 How to cope ? 4 Apr 08 08
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tattoo bladder cancer 2 Mar 31 08
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EagleMan Need physician choice feedback 4 Mar 20 08
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kgirl NEED Help after visit with Urologists 2 Mar 14 08
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kgirl Benign or Malignant 0 Mar 12 08
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kgirl Regarding US findings 3 Mar 03 08
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jpubs neuroendorine bladder cancer 1 Feb 22 08
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Gort1 New Diagnosis 1 Feb 19 08
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Doxy_Deb Graviola cause vomitting?? 2 Feb 01 08
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Petunia3 Squamous Cell Carcinoma Bladder Cancer 0 Jan 10 08
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copenhagen44 recovery problems 5 Jan 04 08
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Rose_123 Surivor and thank you all 1 Dec 30 07
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LAURAANDMIKE support 3 Dec 30 07
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kathyinnyc Small Cell Bladder Cancer 16 Dec 26 07
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ChrisF My Dad 1 Dec 21 07
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elikapeka Transitional and Squamous Cell Bladder C 13 Nov 21 07
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andcole feeling mislead about recovery after bladder removal...please help. 5 Nov 21 07
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brovo purple urostomy pouch 1 Nov 10 07
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janvalerie Metastatic Stage IV Squamous Bladder Cancer 1 Nov 04 07
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Jackd313 Transitional Cell Cancer of Renal Pelvis, w/ Lung Mets 2 Nov 02 07
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BrittnayP I dont wont to remember my grandmother with urin bag on the side 2 Oct 31 07
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