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If my blood and urine tests are normal, can I be sure I don't have bladder cancer?

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In brief: No

Even if your blood tests and urinalysis are normal, one can still have bladder cancer.
In fact, small bladder tumors can also easily be missed on radiographic studies. The gold standard test is to have an office procedure called a cystoscopy to visualize the bladder lining.

In brief: No

Even if your blood tests and urinalysis are normal, one can still have bladder cancer.
In fact, small bladder tumors can also easily be missed on radiographic studies. The gold standard test is to have an office procedure called a cystoscopy to visualize the bladder lining.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology

In brief: If you are under

40, yes. Bladder cancer is not common, does not happen under 40, usually introduced by bleeding in your urine.

In brief: If you are under

40, yes. Bladder cancer is not common, does not happen under 40, usually introduced by bleeding in your urine.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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