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Bladder Cancer (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

Any new changes in urinary habits or appearance of the urine warrants a visit to your health care professional, especially if you have risk factors for bladder cancer. In most cases, bladder cancer is not the cause, but you will be evaluated for other conditions that can cause these symptoms, some of which can be serious.

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