Australia’s high rates of bladder cancer deaths show why blood in urine should always be investigated

“While the relative survival (survival compared to a healthy individual of similar age) for most other cancers has improved in Australia, for bladder cancer this has decreased over time.”

Professor of Surgery at Monash University Shomik Sengupta writes about how bladder cancer has a lower profile compared to other types of cancer despite it affecting almost 3,000 Australians each year causing thousands of deaths.

Read the full article at The Conversation.

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