Bladder Cancer Awareness Event - Guided Walk in Falkland Estate, Falkland
Saturday, May 18th
May 2019 is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month.
There is a lack of knowledge and awareness, both in the general public and in some areas of the medical profession regarding bladder cancer and its symptoms.
Prognosis of survival for bladder cancer in general is poor, but especially in women. Currently, 62% of those diagnosed in Scotland with bladder cancer will die prematurely as a result of their cancer. Early diagnosis greatly increases the possibility of a positive outcome.
In the past, bladder cancer, sometimes known as “The Cinderella Cancer”, has been seen as a cancer experienced by older people but there is an increase in younger sufferers, especially women.
Bladder Cancer Awareness Event
Falkland Estate, Falkland, Fife KY15 7AF
Sat 18th May 2019, 12.30 – 2.30pm
Main Car Park at entrance to Falkland Estate, Falkland, Fife KY15 7AF
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Main Car Park, Falkland Estate
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