#AskDoctorTom: Is a Cysectomy the best way to combat Bladder Cancer?

After multiple re-occurrences of Bladder Cancer patients may want to go under a Cysectomy. In this clip of #AskDoctorTom, Dr. Tom goes over what a Cysectomy is, and whether or not it is an effective treatment.

#AskDoctorTom: Increased Risk for Bladder Cancer?

Are there certain activities or histories you have that can lead to a higher risk of contracting Bladder Cancer? Watch this clip as Dr. Tom explains it for you!

#AskDoctorTom: Is Re-Occurring Bladder Cancer Common?

Can Bladder Cancer being a re-occurring disease be a common thing with people who have had it in the past? Get the answers with Doctor Thomas Incledon!

#AskDoctorTom: Does Blood in Urine lead to Bladder Cancer?

With urine being so closely linked to the Bladder, if you see blood when you use the bathroom is it a sign that you might have Bladder Cancer?

#AskDoctorTom: What Are the Different Types of Bladder Cancer?

There are 3 types of Bladder Cancer that begin in the cells in the lining of the Bladder: Transitional, Squamous Cell, and Adenocarinoma. These types of Cancers are named for the type of cells that can become cancerous.

Bladder Cancer Signs and Symptoms: #AskDoctorTom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

In this clip from #AskDoctorTom, Doctor Thomas Incledon goes over the signs and symptoms people should look out for as early indicators of having Bladder Cancer.

What is Bladder Cancer? #AskDoctorTom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

To know more about Bladder Cancer, you first have to know more about the function of the Bladder itself. Join Doctor Thomas Incledon as he discusses these details.

Bladder Cancer: #AskDoctorTom with Doctor Thomas Incledon

To better understand bladder cancer, it is important to know that the bladder is a balloon type organ that can expand and contract and is located in the lower abdomen.

Ask your doctor about uterine cancer when things are not right “down there”

At Causenta, our hope is that teaching women about the dangers of endometrial cancer, also called uterine cancer, will help them reduce their risk.

It’s easy to overlook early signs of ovarian cancer. Learn what to watch for now!

Did you know ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer death among women? Despite being fairly uncommon, ovarian cancer is considered incredibly deadly.