Smoking linked to problems in bladder cancer patients

January 09, 2019 05:44 PM

Smoking is now linked to more problems for patients with bladder cancer.

A new mayo clinic study looked at 200 adults with the disease and found smokers did not respond as well to chemotherapy treatments. They also had a much higher risk of their cancer coming back.

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Smoking is a key risk for developing bladder cancer.


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