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What is Bladder Cancer?
Bladder Cancer is caused due to the multiplication of cells in the urinary bladder that start to grow uncontrollably. The more these cells develop, the more they tend to form a tumor and it gradually spreads to other parts of the body.
The bladder is a hollow and flexible organ in the pelvis and its function is to store urine before it leaves the body. Urine that is made by the kidneys is carried to the bladder and then the body functions to pee. While peeing, the bladder muscles contract and it is ejected from the body.