Bladder cancer. No.
No. No studies to date have shown a relationship between bladder cancer and caffeine intake. Risk factors include smoking and certain chemicals and dyes.
Yes. Smoking is one of the leading causes of bladder cancer. In fact very recent studies have shown an even higher link between smoking and bladder cancer thanv previously thought.
Yes. Most common cause.
No. Gonnorhea has not be shown to shown to be a precursor to or cause bladder cancer. Risk factors include smoking, chemical, and dyes.
No. No. Smoking and occupational exposures to certain chemicals are more likely causes of bladder cancer.
Carcinogens. A large number of the chemicals in tobacco smoke are carcinogenic. Many of these compounds are excreted into the urine that sits in the bladder and affects the lining of the urinary bladder. Tobacco carcinogens reach the bladder through blood stream as well.
Carcinogens. Just like lung cancer and smoking, there is association between bladder cancer and smoking. The carcinogens taken up by the body are excreted into the urine which was held in the bladder and all those chemicals can then act on the lining of the bladder to cause cancer.
Several. Chlorinated water, arsenic, aristolochic acid found in chinese herbs, chronic bladder infections, human papilloma virus, radiation, chemotherapy, such as cyclophosphamide, air pollution, artificial sweeteners cause bladder cancer in rats. Hereditary factors, infections, such as schistosoma haematobium, a parasite found in egypt can cause bladder cancer. Hope this helps.
Multiple factors. Genetic factors chronic bladder irritation certain chemicals radiation to the bladder cyclophosphamide (a chemotherapy).
Bladder cancer. The primary risk for bladder cancer is smoking or exposure to secondary cigarette smoke.
What symptoms? Bladder cancer usually presents with symptoms localized to the bladder, such as bleeding, urgency/frequency, and pain. If you are experiencing other symptoms please consult your urologist asap.
Renal failure. Isn't bladder cancer disease enough?
Bladder cancer. Uncertain of your question. Bladder cancer does not cause other diseases?