Bladder Cancer for Survivors, Fighters & Supporters Support Group
Bladder cancer develops when cells in the bladder begin to grow abnormally. Rather than grow and divide in an orderly way, these cells develop mutations that cause them to grow massively and not die. These abnormal cells form a tumor. Bladder cancer most often begins in the cells called urothelial cells. Although it is most common in the bladder, this same type of cancer can occur in other parts of the urinary tract drainage system. Bladder cancer symptoms include painless blood in the urine or frequent and painful urination. Bladder cancer is highly treatable with options such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.
Aepios support groups can help if you are facing any major illness. At Aepios depression groups are made for everyone to discuss their symptoms, to share their pain with the ones going through the same situations. Join Bladder Cancer Support Group and get emotional or psychological support.
Join the group to start discussing your experience with members.