Bladder Cancer Support: An Unmet Need Public

Over 70,000 new cases of bladder cancer are diagnosed yearly. Bladder cancer is associated with a significant financial, social and healthcare burden for individual patients and society. Many of these patients are from medically underserved communities that do not have direct access to support groups. Oncology nurses play a unique role in the development and facilitation of support groups. A bladder cancer support group was established to meet this unmet need. In addition, innovative strategies that support bladder cancer research through awareness functions, seminars and fund raising activities are incorporated. Objectives

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