Les facteurs de risque non modifiables du cancer de la vessie

Unmodifiable risk factors for bladder cancer

Unmodifiable risk factors for bladder cancer are not likely to be suppressed or reduced by voluntary human action. Race and ethnicity Caucasians are twice as likely to develop bladder cancer as African Americans or Hispanics. Americans of Asian origin and/or American Indians have a significantly lower risk of developing bladder cancer. The reasons for these

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Peut-on prévenir ou éviter le cancer de la vessie

Can bladder cancer be prevented or avoided?

There is no way to be sure of preventing bladder cancer. A number of risk factors such as age, gender, race or family history cannot be modified or controlled. However, the risk can be reduced by adopting certain lifestyle practices. Do not smoke Tobacco is responsible for half of all bladder cancers. Limiting exposure to

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Les facteurs de risque modifiables du cancer de la vessie

Modifiable risk factors for bladder cancer

Modifiable risk factors for bladder cancer may be suppressed or reduced if the individual voluntarily changes his/her lifestyle, both personally and possibly professionally; modifiable risk factors for bladder cancer may be suppressed or reduced if the individual voluntarily changes his/her lifestyle, both personally and possibly professionally. Smoking Smoking is the most important risk factor for

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Bladder cancer risk factors

Risk factors for bladder cancer

A risk factor is anything that alters a person’s risk of developing a disease such as cancer. Many risk factors have been identified for many cancers. Risk factors such as smoking can be modified or eliminated.   Others such as the age of the subject or family history cannot be changed. However, having one or more

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recherche dans le cancer de la vessie

Latest research findings in bladder cancer

Significant research into the causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of bladder cancer is being carried out worldwide in many medical centres.   Understanding genetic variation in bladder cancer: Scientists have made great strides in understanding the differences between normal bladder cells and bladder cancer cells. They have also learned how these differences promote the growth

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Statistiques concernant le cancer de la vessie

Bladder Cancer Statistics

Bladder cancer is the 9th most common cancer in the world and 13th in terms of cancer mortality. It is most common in Western and Southern Europe, North America and North and West Africa.   How common is bladder cancer? Estimates from the American Cancer Societies for bladder cancer in the United States are: Approximately

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Les differents types de cancers de la vessie

The different types of bladder cancer

There are several different types of bladder cancer. Urothelial carcinoma, also known as transitional cell carcinoma (TCC), is by far the most common type of bladder cancer. Transitional cell urothelial carcinoma or carcinoma Transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) is by far the most common type of bladder cancer.     This type of cancer is born

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Cancer de la Vessie histoire naturelle du cancer de la vessie

Natural History of Bladder Cancer

Some basic notions useful for understanding bladder cancer. At the origin of bladder cancer, there is uncontrollable development of bladder cells. When these cancer cells develop, they form a tumour that can spread to other parts of the body through remote metastases. The bladder is a hollow organ of the small pelvis whose wall is

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