As of 2015, no scientific evidence suggests that there is a natural cure for bladder cancer, according to the National Institutes of Health. WebMD lists several common vitamins and supplements used to treat the symptoms ... More »

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Although controversial, there are a number of health professionals and cancer survivors claiming there is evidence to support that baking soda, or more specifically sodium bicarbonate, can cure cancer. According to The A... More »

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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, ac... More »

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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, ac... More »

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While it may be a sign of bladder cancer, thickening of the bladder does not necessarily indicate that cancer is present. The most common sign is blood in the urine; pain during urination, frequent urination and difficul... More »

Although the exact cause of bladder cancer is not fully understood, the presence of certain factors increases the likelihood of bladder cancer, these include chronic bladder inflammation, chemical exposure and smoking, e... More »

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In 2015, an analysis of 40 studies that investigated a possible association between coffee consumption and bladder cancer risk concluded that coffee is associated with a slight increase in the risk of bladder cancer, as ... More »

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