- Stage 1 Bladder Cancer — Transurethral Resection + Chemotherapy
- Stage 2 Bladder Cancer — Total Resection + Chemotherapy + Brachytherapy
- Stage 3 Bladder Cancer — Radiation Therapy + Chemotherapy
- Stage 4 bladder cancer — Palliative (cytoreductive) therapy + Radiation therapy + Chemotherapy
We invite patients with a diagnosis of bladder cancer from stages 1 to 4 to treatment.
According to statistics, bladder cancer in stage 1 is successfully treated without removing the bladder. The treatment should not be postponed. If the cancer goes from stage 1 to 2 or 3 — the bladder will need to be removed completely.
The Average Life Expectancy of a Cancer Patient After Diagnosis
- in Russia — 2.5 years,
- in Europe — 10 years,
- in the USA — 5 years.
The Main Mistakes in Bladder Diagnostics
- Help with cancer is not provided in a timely manner. Patients who have previously been successful for cancer of the cervix and endometrial cancer using radiation may develop a complication — bladder cancer.
- Doctors have forgotten about occupational hazards: cancer occurs during prolonged contact with petroleum products, prolonged use of canned foods and instant foods containing sodium benzoate.
- In the diagnosis and / or treatment of cancer blunders were made: for many years, cystitis was treated. Bottom line: advanced cancer.