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Is there an age range when bladder cancer is most common?
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In brief: Over 50 years old
Bladder cancer is generally found in patients older than 50 years of age.
Before then, it can be present but is more unlikely. However, most patients are diagnosed in their mid-60's or older.

In brief: Over 50 years old
Bladder cancer is generally found in patients older than 50 years of age.
Before then, it can be present but is more unlikely. However, most patients are diagnosed in their mid-60's or older.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Dr. Carlos Encarnacion
Internal Medicine - Oncology
In brief: In the US...
...The most common bladder cancer is urothelial (transitional cell).
It is most common in white men in their late 60's, especially smokers. Not to say it cannot happen in other groups. Often presents with bleeding so any unexplained urinary bleeding, especially after 40-50 should be promptly evaluated.

In brief: In the US...
...The most common bladder cancer is urothelial (transitional cell).
It is most common in white men in their late 60's, especially smokers. Not to say it cannot happen in other groups. Often presents with bleeding so any unexplained urinary bleeding, especially after 40-50 should be promptly evaluated.
Dr. Carlos Encarnacion
Dr. Carlos Encarnacion
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