Bladder cancer is the abnormal growth of cells that make up the bladder. Bladder cancer is responsible for approximately 3% of all malignancies diagnosed in Australia each year. It is more common in men than women and typically affects those over 60 years of age.
Kidneys are part of the urinary system and are the bean-shaped pair of organs located on either side of the spine in the back of the lower abdomen. The major function of the kidneys is to cleanse the blood of waste products and excrete them from the body in the form of urine.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men, yet it is highly curable if discovered while still confined to the prostate gland. Most prostate cancers grow slowly, usually remain confined within the prostate gland and cause no harm.
Testicular cancer occurs when normal cells in one or both testicles change into abnormal cells and grow out of control. The testicles are found inside the skin sac called the scrotum, and function to normally make testosterone and sperm for reproduction.