Update – Access to Blue Light Cystoscopy

As many of you may know, there has been a reimbursement issue regarding blue light cystoscopy. This issue has deterred some medical centers from using the technology and patients may not have access to it. The BCAN position is that with so few advances in the disease, we must break down barriers to technology that may improve a patient’s quality of life.

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Raising Awareness and Funding a Cure

Steve Gushée passed away last April and his wife, Mary, was devastated. When Steve was finally diagnosed with bladder cancer after 5 years of testing and misdiagnosis, it was too late. The cancer had metastasized.

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Being Proactive

I often hear from cancer patients that they feel a sense of helplessness when they are diagnosed. Their body is attacking itself and they are reliant on doctors and other medical professionals to make decisions and treat the disease. While our control over the disease may be limited, there are many steps a patient can take to be proactive.

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