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Bladder Cancer



The bladder is a muscular structure that collects urine produced by the kidney. It contains several types of cells, such as urothelial cells, muscle cells, and glandular cells. These cells divide at a pre-specified rate. However, when the information related to their division in genes is altered, they divide uncontrollably, leading to bladder cancer. Cancer of the urothelial cells (present in the bladder lining) is the most common bladder cancer.

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