E-Cigarettes And Increased Risk Of Bladder Cancer Linked
Research suggests that both cigarettes and e-cigarettes are tied to an increased risk of bladder cancer.
Overall, 15.1% use cigarettes, with higher use among males, older adults, those with lower incomes.
Mean disease-specific survival at 10 years was 50.9% for TMT and 57.8% for RC patients, a non-significant difference.
Reduction occurred after implementation of EPA's maximum contaminant level for arsenic