Bladder Cancer: The Basics
Basic information about bladder cancer, its diagnosis and treatment.
All About Bladder Cancer
Information about bladder cancer risk, diagnosis and treatment.
Surgical Procedures: Surgery and Staging for Bladder Cancer
Surgery can be used as a treatment to both stage and to treat bladder cancer. This article reviews these surgical procedures, the risks associated with the procedures, and how to care for yourself after surgery.
Life with Urinary Diversion and Urostomy
Bladder removal and the construction of a "urinary diversion" can be used as treatments for bladder cancer. This surgery can lead to some possible long term side effects. This article details those possible side effects and how you can help to manage them.
Pelvic Physical Therapy for Oncology Patients
Pelvic floor therapy is a special type of physical therapy used to help manage side effects that affect the bladder, bowel, and sexual function.
Resources for More Information: Bladder Cancer
This article provides information about organizations that provide support, education and more in-depth information about bladder cancer.
Survivorship: Late Effects After Radiation for Bladder Cancer
A late effect is as a side effect related to a cancer diagnosis or treatment that happens months to years after treatment. This article provides information on late effects associated with radiation therapy for bladder cancer.