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Reducing your risk for bladder cancer
You may lower your risk of developing bladder cancer by doing the following.
Be a non-smoker
Not smoking is the best way to lower your risk for bladder cancer. If you smoke, you can get help to quit.
Avoid or reduce your exposure to cancer-causing substances
Follow safety rules when you work with chemicals. Ask your employer for information about and protective equipment for working with hazardous materials.
If needed, take steps to lower high levels of arsenic in your drinking water.
More information about preventing cancer
Learn what you can do to prevent cancer.
We realize that our efforts cannot even be compared to what women face when they hear the words ... ‘you have cancer.’
How can you stop cancer before it starts?
Discover how 16 factors affect your cancer risk and how you can take action with our interactive tool – It’s My Life! Presented in partnership with Desjardins.