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The American Bladder Cancer Society was born from the hope of survivors of this often overlooked and underserved disease that the future could be made easier for those that came after them.

When faced with a diagnosis of bladder cancer, you and those that care about you are thrown into a freighting place where knowledge is potentially lifesaving. How do you even know what applies to you when you do not even know the questions to ask, what is the difference between stage 1 and 2, what is a cystoscopy? Here you will find many bladder cancer related links, definitions, and overviews on different subjects. Read more...

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Flamenco.'s Avatar
Today 08:08
MORE good news Great news on both counts - you must feel wonderful- love and best wishes to the new parents and baby, too. Diane
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Yesterday 02:50
Help is there change in BCG treatment? I was told to hold it for 1 hour. I was not told to lay down or to turn over every 15 minutes. And seeing that my ride home was about 45 minutes, I figured the ride was enough mixing for it!
jimswife's Avatar
16 Apr 2014 19:19
Path report Awesome always love those great reports! Stay well!
Jmema's Avatar
15 Apr 2014 19:26
Progression of mets faster than expected I am so sorry to hear this news. You are such an inspiration to all of us who will face this eventually. I will hold y ou and Liz in my prayers. Blessings....Jean
raider's Avatar
15 Apr 2014 18:37
6th BCG Treatment - Completed I had my last (6th) BCG treatment today for this first round, felt good to walk out the door knowing I have this round under my belt. Side effects on 5th instilment were worse than any other, I had a lot of fatigue and felt fuzzy in the head for most of the...
Hudsongrl's Avatar
15 Apr 2014 03:38
Clear scope today Yippee! Celebrate!
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14 Apr 2014 15:17
Dr. Petrylak at Yale Just wondering if anyone has had experience at Yale with Dr. Petrylak. He used to be at Columbia in NYC. My father was recently diagnosed with Stage IV bladder cancer and just finished his first round of chemo, which had not effect. Started second round...
AnneH's Avatar
14 Apr 2014 13:35
6TH BCG IS OVER Yes, throughout my life Ive always had to say Ann with an E. Regards, Anne
DougG's Avatar
14 Apr 2014 00:53
Tips on Managing BCG Don't drink much prior to the BCG (since you are supposed to hold it for 2 hours). If you can't make it the full 2 hours, just hold it as long as you can. After the 2 hours, drink more water than you normally do to flush your system. Best wishes and let us...
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