skip to Main Content

IMPORTANT: The Bladder Cancer Canada discussion forum is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. The opinions & contents in this forum is for information only and is not reviewed by medical professionals. They are experiences & opinions of patient members like you, and is NOT intended to represent the best or only approach to a situation. Always consult your physician and do not rely solely on the information in this site when making decisions about your health.

Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • Author
  • #8714
    Jack Moon

    Wouldn’t this be great for Bladder and Prostate Cancer early diagnosis. Hopefully it gets enough funding to get to trials asap.
    This link was provided by the Canadian Urology Association.



    This is the stuff that a bladder cancer patient dreams of!!!! We can only hope and pray that something like this comes to fruition, the sooner the better. It could be part of an annual checkup and is non-invasive and cheaper.

    I think if more screening tests could be done in a friendlier, non-invasive manner more people would get them done and be able to live healthier lives overall because potential problems would be caught and treated earlier. This would be a more economical way for the health care system overall and not to mention the lesser toll on society as a whole.

    My hubby (due to weird PSA readings) had to undergo two prostate biopsies, both which were negative for cancer thankfully but as we all know that was an invasive and painful process, one that he now refuses to undergo again. While I understand his reasons, I worry because prostate cancer is in his family history. So yeah, a test like this would be far more preferable. Thanks for sharing Jack.

Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Back To Top