There is a cure for bladder cancer. There are diverse methods that can be employed by doctors to treat individuals with bladder cancer. These methods include surgery, immunotherapy, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, according to American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Surgery involves the elimination of the lump and adjacent tissue during an operation. Chemotherapy involves the use of drugs to obliterate cancer cells, by stopping the ability of cancer cells to grow and divide. Immunotherapy helps to improve the body's natural resistance to fight cancer. Radiation therapy entails the use of X-rays to eradicate cancer cells. Treatment options used to cure bladder cancer depend on many factors, which include the choice of the patient, his overall health and the stage, type and status of bladder cancer, states American Society of Clinical Oncology.