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BCAN is proud to offer patient insight webinars, bringing nationally recognized bladder cancer experts directly to patients and families to address important topics related to bladder cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and quality of life.  A webinar is an event held on the internet which is attended exclusively by an online audience. BCAN brings leading bladder cancer experts in these free programs, directly to your phone, computer or tablet.

Please see below for information about upcoming webinars and to view past webinars. If you have any questions please contact us at

Upcoming Webinars

Watch for BCAN’s webinar “The Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach to Treating Bladder Cancer”

The term “multidisciplinary” is used frequently today in describing the ideal care for cancers and other complex diseases that benefit from multiple modes treatment. The real benefit of multidisciplinary care is that the patient can get the opinion and expertise of a group of specialists and can feel more confident that they have explored all their bladder cancer treatment options. Many large academic hospitals use this model. You not only get the benefit of different experts in treating bladder cancer, but it helps to provide a “one-stop-shop” approach, which is usually more convenient for most patients. Multidisciplinary care encourages communication and interactions between these members of your healthcare team, and it is all about you and your bladder cancer journey. In this webinar doctors from the University of Washington and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance will highlight different patient examples to show how this approach works and give suggestions on how you can engage different doctors on your care team, wherever you are being treated.

Watch BCAN’s webinar “How Patients Can Partner with Their Physicians to Optimize Treatment Outcomes”

The approved treatment options for a bladder cancer diagnosis can range from therapies directly in the bladder, through systemic chemotherapy and even surgery, depending on the stage and grade of your disease. How does your physical fitness impact your ability to respond to those treatments? What can you do to get in better shape so you can help to optimize the results and improve your outcomes? What steps can you take to ‘train for your treatment’? Join Dr. Psutka for a discussion focusing on:
Getting ready for therapy
– Staying heathy through chemotherapy
– Getting strong for surgery
Recovery after Radical Cystectomy
– Making it as smooth as possible

Previous Webinars

Previous webinars are recorded and a written transcript is available.