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had a cancerous tumor removed 6 months ago from my bladder. I was stage 1 and had not grown into the muscle tissue. Tumor removed and now every 3 months to be checked. I heard statins my cause cancer and then decided to check vytorin which I had been on for over 10 years. My check resulted in taking vytorin for over 10 can result in bladder cancer. I am one of those. would love to hear or find out more from others who have had bladder cancer.
Hi - My best friend was recently diagnosed with bladder tumor during a diagnostic cystoscopy It was an incidental find as he had the Cysto done due to hematuria in urine. He had a cystoscopy in October and there was no tumor noted in bladder then. He's been on victoza approximately one year and I highly suspect it is the victoza. Thanks Lunar
My dad has an invasive tumor in his bladder, the tumor is 10 by 5 centimeters covering half of his bladder. My dad is 61 years old and has drunk alcohol excessively his entire life. He currently has short-term memory loss. The doctors have said it is unlikely that the memory loss is caused from the tumor in his bladder. I would like to know if any one in this group has had short-term memory loss cause from cancer in the bladder or knows of anyone that has experienced this. I would really appreciate some feedback or advice as I am looking for hope that he will get his short-term memory back. THANK YOU!
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