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    Bladder Cancer

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    Introduction The bladder is a hollow organ that is located in the lower abdomen, is the organ in which it collects the urine, the waste liquid produced by the kidneys. The bladder is part of the apparatus excretory: The urine passes from the kidney into the bladder through a long tube called the ureter, then leaves the bladder through in a shorter tube (the urethra). The bladder walls are composed of several layers of fabric: Internal tissue. Internally the bladder is covered by a fabric said

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    What you need to know about bladder cancer It's the cancer you may not have heard a lot about, but bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men. Women get bladder cancer, too. The older a person gets, the higher the risk of having bladder cancer. Doylestown Health's bladder cancer experts offer a complete range of state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment options close to home. What is bladder cancer? The bladder is a hollow organ in the pelvic area with flexible, muscular walls. It stores

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    In 2014, Bladder cancer caused 15,580 deaths in the United States. It can affect anyone, but most commonly affects older individuals (National Cancer Institute, 2014). Bladder cancer usually grows on the inside layer of the bladder and can spread to other parts of the body, regrow, and even cause death. Cancer begins with cells that make up the different tissues of the body. Normally, the body’s cells grow and replace themselves at a reasonable rate, on an as-needed basis. Sometimes, the cell growth/replenishment

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    Stomach and Bladder Cancer

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    When a person hears the word, cancer, a sickening feeling comes over them. Cancer is the second cause of death in the United States. I’m sure everyone has known someone who has had cancer before, or may have even experienced it themselves. This illness has taken many lives but there has been an abundance amount of people that have survived and currently living cancer free lives. As of 2010, there has been approximately 13,028,000 cases of cancer of all types. This number includes the 6,079,000 cases

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    chance of getting bladder cancer. This happens because of the harmful chemicals that are ingested from the cigarettes excretes in the urine. When a person smokes their body processes the chemicals, and some of these chemicals go into the urine. These chemicals could damage the lining of the bladder which increases the chances of developing bladder cancer. The bladder is a pouch located in the urinary tract that holds the urine after it has been produced by the kidneys. The bladder is lined with special

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    times as likely to get bladder cancer and almost 577 million people are diagnosed with bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is a serious type of cancer that affects many people. The reader can expect anything from the background, risk factors, treatments, symptoms, and early detection of bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is a cancer that can branch out into many different kinds of cancer depending on how the victims bladder cells look. Common characteristics are tumors in the bladder wall either flat or papillary

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    Bladder cancer is a type of cancer that begins in your bladder. It affects older adults, though it can occur at any age. Hispanics, Asian Americans, and American Indians has lower rates of bladder cancer increases with age. About 9 out of 10 people with bladder cancer are over the age of 55. Things like smoking and exposure to certain industrial chemicals are major risk factors. Studies suggest that chronic bladder inflammation, a parasitic infection called Schistosomiasis, and some medications

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    Sweeteners

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    suggested that saccharin might be a carcinogen in 1951. In 1958, however, saccharin was added to the GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) list, another paradox. In 1972, the results of a long-term study showed that rats fed saccharin had developed bladder tumors. Subsequently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) removed saccharin from GRAS status and issued a regulation limiting the use of saccharin in foods. Then in 1974, a National Academy of Science review found that, "Saccharin itself could

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    Saccharin

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    up to sugarcane, saccharin is 550 times as sweet in its pure state. Also, it is estimated to have a sweetening power of 375 times that of sugar (“Saccharin”, 2000)! This drug may be amazing, but some people say that it causes a dangerous disease, cancer. In 1879, while developing new food preservatives a young Johns Hopkins chemistry research assistant accidentally discovered that one of the organic compounds he was testing was intensely sweet. He named it “saccharum”, the Greek word for sugar. He

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    or the other, a baby cannot be made. The Male Reproductive system consist of various parts, including Testes, Testosterone, Epididymis, Vas deferens, Semen, Sperm, Prostate , Urethra, Penis (shaft & glanz), Seminiferous tubules, Seminal vesicles, Bladder. Below is a description of the path a sperm goes through to exit the male body. Sperm is a male gamete. It is found usually in the testes and is used to fertilize eggs found in females. It has a head and a tail. The head is used for fertilization

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