Bladder cancer forms in the bladder, the organ in the pelvis that holds urine.Most bladder cancers are diagnosed at an early stage, when the cancer is most treatable. However, even early-stage bladder cancer often comes back, so patients should receive frequent follow-up exams after treatment. Learn about treatment for bladder cancer.
Prostate cancer develops when malignant (cancerous) cells form in the prostate (a male reproductive gland just below the bladder). Prostate cancer often grows slowly and is very treatable when found early. Learn about treatment for prostate cancer.
Kidney cancer occurs when cancerous cells develop in the kidneys, which are the two bean-shaped organs that filter waste products out of the blood. The most common type of kidney cancer is usually found early, when the cancer is most treatable. Learn about treatment for kidney cancer.
Testicular cancer forms whencancerous cells grow in the testicles, which are the male sex glands that make sperm and testosterone. The cure rate for testicular cancer is high, even when it has spread beyond the testicles. Learn about treatment for testicular cancer.