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We Need to Talk About Bladder Cancer

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Almost five years ago, I was diagnosed with bladder cancer at 40 years of age. An old, chain-smoking, white male disease. I got it how?

To this date, no one I’ve talked to can really figure it out. No family history. No risk factors. I just was “unlucky” enough to get it.

At the time of diagnosis, I did not even know that you could get cancer in your bladder. In fact, most people in my life did not know about this cancer.

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