• Bladder Cancer Takes a Toll on Mental Health. Here's How to Cope

    15 days ago - By Time

    Although Mac Howard has spent the last 16 years without a bladder-cancer recurrence , he never feels truly free. The 58-year-old Indiana resident still studies his urine for any traces of blood, and every time he marks another anniversary of his diagnosis, there's a twist of fear in his stomach.
    “It's always in the back of my mind,” he says. “At times, the anxiety has been crippling, and I know my wife and three kids have been affected by that. The recurrence rate for bladder cancer is fairly high, and going as long as I have doesn't feel like a success-it's more like suspense. Is this...
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