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Bladder Cancer Treatment

5 Days in Hospital
15 Days in Country
2 - 3 Hrs Time Duration
USD 7500 Starts From INDIA


Bladder Cancer: Understanding the Risks Bladder cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the cells lining the bladder, the organ that stores urine. It's more common in men than women, but fortunately, it has a high cure rate when detected early. However, even after successful treatment, there's a chance it could recur. Types of Bladder Cancer: There are three main types of bladder cancer, each with varying levels of prevalence and aggressiveness: Urothelial Carcinoma (Transitional Cell Carcinoma): This is the most common form of bladder cancer, originating in the cells lining the inside of the bladder (urothelial cells). Squamous Cell Carcinoma: This less frequent type arises from the flat cells (squamous cells) that can form within the bladder after chronic irritation or infection. Squamous cell carcinoma is generally more aggressive than urothelial carcinoma. Adenocarcinoma: This is a rare type of bladder cancer that starts in the mucus-secreting glands present in the bladder.


Bladder cancer treatment depends on the type and stage of your cancer. Here's an overview of the most common approaches: Surgery: Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor (TURBT): This minimally invasive procedure removes early-stage bladder cancer using a cystoscope (thin, lighted tube) inserted through the urethra. An electric current or laser destroys the cancerous tissue. Sometimes, a single dose of chemotherapy may follow to prevent recurrence. Cystectomy: This surgery removes part or all of the bladder. Radical Cystectomy: Involves removing the entire bladder, surrounding lymph nodes, and sometimes nearby organs (uterus/vagina/ovaries in women, prostate/seminal vesicles in men). It can be performed using traditional open surgery or robotic techniques. Partial Cystectomy: Removes only the cancerous section of the bladder when possible, preserving bladder function.

Treatment Cost in INDIA

Bladder Cancer Treatment in India: Cost and Options

This guide addresses your concerns about bladder cancer treatment costs and finding the right care in India.

Treatment Costs (Estimated):

  • Bladder Cancer Treatment: Starts from USD 5,000 to USD 12,000
  • Radiation Therapy: Starts from USD 3,800 to USD 5,800
  • Chemotherapy: Starts from USD 300 to USD 600 per cycle (depending on drugs)
  • Additional Costs: Consider budgeting for hospital stay, food, and miscellaneous expenses.

Important Note: These are estimates. The final cost depends on your diagnosis, treatment plan, and hospital selection.

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