By Stephen Wilson The average bladder cancer patient is an older male who has smoked, worked with certain chemicals or has a family history of bladder cancer. Does that mean you can’t have bladder cancer?Read more
That’s one topic discussed by Bladder Cancer Canada’s Tawny Barratt and cancer survivor Angela.
Read time: 2 minutes We were so pleased to see one of our new Peer Support Volunteers, Gervais Fournier, featured in this New Normal, Same Cancer news story, seen last month in the Le JournalRead more
Subscribe today! Our May newsletter is filled with lots of initiatives to create awareness for bladder cancer including blogs, podcasts, helpful facts, webinars and more. Bladder cancer is the 5th most common cancer in Canada andRead more
By: Tom Eremondi Read time: 3.5 minutes Admittedly old school, Gerry Ross’ approach to dealing with a local walk sponsor nurtured and enhanced the relationship to a surprising level. This story, however, dates back aboutRead more
(The following content is sourced from various sites advising on the coronavirus. For more information, please see the end of this article for additional resources. Photo Credit: CDC) As news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues toRead more
Bladder Cancer Canada was recently reviewed by Charity Intelligence, an independent organization that researches Canadian charities so that donors can be well informed and give intelligently. Of the 750 charities that Charity Intelligence has reviewed,Read more
Like many bladder cancer patients, Julie has a unique story which highlights many concerns of patients…
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