Who is most likely to get bladder cancer?

Bladder cancer most often occurs in people aged 50 to 80.

It has been found that smokers are more likely to develop bladder cancer than non-smokers. There are several other factors that might increase the risk of developing this condition, such as race (white people are more at risk than people of other races), gender (men are more likely to develop the condition than women), chemical exposure, working in certain environments such as rubber and leather industries.  

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Source: https://www.cedars-sinai.edu/Education/Medical-Library/

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