Volunteer for Our Trial
We are currently seeking volunteers to participate in a research study for Bladder Cancer. Please use the information below to learn more about the condition and identify whether you might be eligible for this research study. Once you’ve read through this valuable information, please click the button on the right, so that our study coordinator may discreetly contact you to discuss your potential participation further.
About Bladder Cancer
Bladder cancer begins when cells in the bladder begin to divide and grow uncontrollably. As more of these cancerous cells develop, they form a mass (tumor). In most cases, bladder cancer begins its development within the innermost lining of the bladder. Though cases are very rare, it is possible for advanced-stage bladder cancer to grow into and through the organ lining and spread to other parts of the body.
At 5% of all new cancer diagnoses each year, bladder cancer mostly affects men over the age of 55. Men are 3 to 4 times more likely than women to develop this particular cancer during their lifetimes. If you have concerns, continue reading and be sure to give us a call with your questions.
Bladder cancer can present in the body through an array sometimes. Common ones include:
- Needing to urinate more frequently than usual
- Pain or burning during urination
- Feeling of urgency, even when the bladder is not full
- Having trouble starting or maintaining urination
- Weak urine stream
- Blood in urine
Symptoms of more advanced stage bladder cancer may include:
- Being completely unable to urinate
- Lower back pain on one side
- Loss of appetite and weight loss
- Feeling tired or weak
- Swelling in the feet
- Bone pain
Study Participants Will Receive:
- All study-related medical care and study medication at no cost
- Possible compensation for their time and travel
Please fill out the form below to provide us with your contact information. A research coordinator will discretely contact you within 48 hours.