What is Bladder Cancer
he bladder is the organ in the body where urine is stored before it is expelled through urination. There are several different kinds of bladder cancer:
* Transitional cell carcinomas (cancer that begins in cells that normally make up the inner lining of the bladder) are the most common.
* Squamous cell carcinoma is cancer that begins in thin, flat cells.
* Adenocarcinoma is cancer that begins in cells that make and release mucus and other fluids.
The cells that cause squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma grow in the inner lining of the bladder and are caused by chronic irritation and inflammation.
Cancer that is in cells in the lining of the bladder is called superficial bladder cancer. Your doctor might call it carcinoma in situ. This kind of bladder cancer comes back many times, even after treatment. When the cancer returns, it is usually as another superficial cancer in the bladder.
Prevent Gall Bladder Cancer
Gall bladder cancer is a rare type of digestive disease that can develop to be a serious form of cancer. More women get afflicted than men. In most cases, gall bladder cancer is not detected until it has developed to an advanced state. Because of the difficulty in diagnosing gall bladder cancer until it has become advanced, the treatment options can lead to a disheartening prognosis. As such, it is better to prevent gall bladder cancer in the first place before it becomes too late. Prevention can be made with liver cleansing and diet changes.
Gall bladder cancer symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, yellowing of the eyes and skin, and unexplained weight loss and loss of appetite.
There are 4 stages to cancer of the gall bladder. These include:
Stage 1: Gall bladder cancer has an affect on the wall of the gall bladder.
Stage 2: The cancer has spread through the wall of