Bladder Cancer Care

Your body has a huge number of cells, over 200 different types. They all work together to provide the structure of the body, its organs and tissues and a multitude of different functions. Cells regularly divide and make new cells, to enable the body to heal, repair and grow. Cancer starts when one cell becomes abnormal and starts to grow or multiply in an uncontrolled way. These abnormal cells form a lump or tumour and some of these tumours may be cancerous.

Bladder cancer is quite common with over 21,000 people being diagnosed each year in the UK1.