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If you notice blood in your pee, even if it's just the once, tell your doctor

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Series : Be Clear on Cancer

Published : December 2015
Page Length : 6
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Department of Health

Every year, around 17,450 people in England are diagnosed with bladder or kidney cancer. Around 7,600 people die from bladder or kidney cancer in England each year, but this needn't be the case. If someone notices blood in their pee, even if it's just the once, they should tell their doctor straight away, as it may be a sign of cancer. Knowing what to look out for saves lives. The chances are it's nothing serious, but these cancers are more treatable if they are found early.