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Part of managing cancer includes a healthy diet and lifestyle. This educational cookbook has recipes from celebrity chefs and is designed to help those affected by urologic cancers.… more
Download this special issue focusing on bladder cancer that includes information for patients and caregivers on the basics such as the stages of this cancer, symptoms, treatments, risk factors and how to learn more.… more
This fact sheet outlines what to know about constipation and urine control. Constipation happens when you go too long without having a bowel movement & this can cause issues with urine control. … more
Strong pelvic floor muscles can help prevent leakage and calm the urge to pass urine. Sometimes these muscles can be too tight, which can cause urine leaks, trouble emptying your bladder and pain during sex.… more
Learn more about genetic testing for bladder cancer and how to prepare as a way to feel more ready to talk with your doctor.… more
Download this fact sheet on how to perform Kegel exercises.… more
If you have overactive bladder (OAB), it can be hard to get through the day without many visits to the bathroom. This fact sheet includes some tips to make your life easier at work and play if you have OAB.… more
If you are a patient with muscle invasive bladder cancer, it is important to know your treatment choices. As part of your treatment, you may need to have some of your bladder removed. If this is the case, you should know your options for bladder preservation therapy.… more
Being told you have muscle-invasive bladder cancer can be very scary. However, your doctor and medical team are there to help. Your treatment choices will depend on how much your cancer has grown, and can involve bladder removal with chemotherapy or without chemotherapy.… more