Bladder Cancer Awareness with Dr. Cheryl Lee

Q&A: Bladder Cancer Awareness with Dr. Cheryl Lee


Dr. Cheryl Lee, a urologic oncologist at Ohio State University, offers advice for catching bladder cancer early and explores potential gender biases in diagnosis.

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