bladder cancer

Bladder cancer: What is a survivor?

Bladder cancer: What is a survivor? By Kathleen Hoffman, PhD, MSPH Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men. When detected early, it is considered highly treatable.1 In 2021, about 83,000 people were expected to be diagnosed with bladder cancer (64,280 in men and 19,450 in women).2 Ninety percent of [...]

The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network Support Community on Inspire Talks about Treatments

The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network Support Community on Inspire Talks about Treatments By Kathleen Hoffman, PhD, MSPH If asked to list the most common cancers in the U.S., most people would include breast, lung, skin, and prostate cancers. So you may be surprised to learn that the fourth most common cancer among [...]

Learning from patients to improve their experiences with treatments – An Inspire Insights: Discover Case Study

Learning from patients to improve their experiences with treatments - An Inspire Insights: Discover Case Study By Monica St. Claire Around 68,000 people in the US are diagnosed with bladder cancer each year.  Since 2007, in partnership with the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network, Inspire has been providing support to patients and caregivers [...]

What Do Patients and Caregivers Know about Immunotherapy?

What Do Patients and Caregivers Know about Immunotherapy? Inspire’s Immunotherapy Awareness and Perceptions Survey According to a 2012 study, patient activation means “having the knowledge, skills, and confidence to manage one’s health.”  The study confirmed that better health outcomes are typically associated with greater patient knowledge and activation.1  As the field of [...]