Understanding muscle invasive and advanced bladder cancer

Audiobook
Published: 11 Jan 2022
Next review: 12 Jan 2025
Edition: 7
This audiobook is about muscle-invasive and advanced bladder cancer.

The audiobook explains the symptoms of muscle-invasive and advanced bladder cancer. It also explains how it is diagnosed and treated, and ways to cope. This includes your feelings, relationships, work and finances.
Published: 11 Jan 2022
Next review: 12 Jan 2025
Edition: 7
This audiobook is about muscle-invasive and advanced bladder cancer.

The audiobook explains the symptoms of muscle-invasive and advanced bladder cancer. It also explains how it is diagnosed and treated, and ways to cope. This includes your feelings, relationships, work and finances.

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