Screening/Prevention Bladder Cancer

Painters May Have Higher Risk of Bladder Cancer (07-29-2010)

Occupational exposures appear to increase bladder cancer risk in painters, according to a study published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Workers in certain occupations may face an increased risk of cancer due to exposures that they encounter... Continue Reading

Exposure to Aromatic Amines Poses Long-term Risk of Bladder Cancer (06-25-2010)

Workers exposed to aromatic amines continued to experience an increased risk of bladder cancer even 30 years after exposure, according to the results of a follow-up study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.[1] Aromatic amines are... Continue Reading

Vitamins C, D, and E Don’t Reduce Risk of Bladder Cancer (06-7-2010)

Long-term use of vitamin C, vitamin D, or vitamin E does not appear to reduce the risk of bladder cancer. These results were presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the American Urological Association. Each year in the United States, close to 53,000 men... Continue Reading

Vitamins C, D, and E Don’t Reduce Risk of Bladder Cancer (06-7-2010)

Long-term use of vitamin C, vitamin D, or vitamin E does not appear to reduce the risk of bladder cancer. These results were presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the American Urological Association. Each year in the United States, close to 53,000 men... Continue Reading

Study Evaluates Long-term Effects of Arsenic in Drinking Water on Bladder Cancer (06-4-2010)

Death rate from bladder cancer continues to rise 20 years after exposure to high levels of arsenic in drinking water. These findings were recently presented at the 105th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA).[1] Drinking... Continue Reading

Well-done Red Meat Increases Bladder Cancer Risk (04-27-2010)

Some individuals are more genetically susceptible to this risk. High consumption of red meat and/or fried meats such as chicken or fish increase the risk of bladder cancer, especially among individuals who already carry a genetic risk, according to... Continue Reading

Some Chinese Herbs May Increase Risk of Urinary Tract Cancer (02-18-2010)

The use of Chinese herbal products that contain aristolochic acid is associated with an increased risk of urinary tract cancer, according to the results of a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.[1] Previous research has... Continue Reading

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