Rule out bladder cancer first if you have urination problems

  • Wellness
  • Wednesday, 26 Feb 2020

Having problems with urinating? It could be a sign of bladder cancer, especially among older men. — Filepic

Bladder cancer, although not a very common cancer in Malaysia, can be a very aggressive tumour in the later stages of the disease and may lead to psychosocial distress due to the need for surgical intervention.

It occurs more frequently in males than in females, and is, in fact, the sixth most common cancer among males in Malaysia.

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