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Bladder cancer in review, latest approaches to management (RCPI Ref 1046)

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Ms Ailish Naughton, Specialist Registrar in Urology; Dr Karl Ringrose, Registrar in Urology; and Mr Niall Davis, Consultant Urologist, all at the Department of Urology, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin

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Priscilla Lynch

Bladder cancer accounts for 3 per cent of cancer cases worldwide annually, with incidence rates increasing year-on-year.1 Bladder cancer affects about 490 people in Ireland each year.

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