Hmm.. I'm a guy who was diagnosed with bladder cancer at 35.. How come all we hear about is prostate and breast cancer?
Bladder cancer is the fifth most common type of cancer in the United States-the fourth most common in men and the ninth in women.
Where are the walk-a-thons and donation jars for bladder cancer?
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I disagree. There are walks/parades/days devoted to women's breast cancer awareness, Gyn testing etc. Men tend to not visit doctors routinely so I think it is important to make them aware of the issues they need to pay attention to.
Men only go to the doctor after they've died.
Audrey the next story is about an operation on a women with an anuerysm
not all the stories are about men
you just have a warped selfish attitude
get well soon
Audrey is right - women's health issues are never addressed. I am going to do something about it as soon as I finish this article about breast cancer research, and watch the Komen relay on TV and watch the baseball game with all the players wearing pink caps
Audrey, I am sorry about your medical problems, but your attitude is all your own doing
When is CNN going to address issues that involve women?
It is too embarassing? Television and the radio broadcasts male prostate issues – daily, yet an issue that effects a female's sex life is what? Too embarassing to protect? Doesn't matter because it is all about the male?
I'm ruined as we speak, gutted out – flayed like fish. Who cares though? The male prostate is alive and well and functioning.
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