Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness - Edmonton March 17 at 9:30am · Support Bladder Cancer Canada’s mandate to fund research which pursues the diagnosis, treatment and elimination of bladder cancer. BCC has made giving easy by offering a number of ways to donate, including Employer Matching Gifts, Bequests, Securities & Mutual Funds, Donate-A-Car Canada, or participating in our annual BCC Awareness Walk. Please donate today https://goo.gl/rNwrk7

Support Bladder Cancer Canada’s mandate to fund research which pursues the diagnosis, treatment and elimination of bladder cancer. BCC has made giving easy by offering a number of ways to donate, including Employer Matching Gifts, Bequests, Securities & Mutual Funds, Donate-A-Car Canada, or participating in our annual BCC Awareness Walk. Please donate today https://goo.gl/rNwrk7
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Julie Ali Young men can get this cancer and you should be checked out any time you have blood or tissue in your urine.
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Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness - Edmonton Edmonton has members in their 40s.... me specifically.
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Julie Ali Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness - Edmonton This cancer is missed in young men. Even doctors do not detect the problem. If you have blood or tissue in any urine sample don't be written off with a diagnosis of urinary tract infection -go to emergency and ask for imaging tests. This can detect a tumour in the bladder before it metastasises and becomes more difficult to treat.
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