We give bladder cancer patients and caregivers the resources and support they need to cope with the disease.



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The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) is a community of patients, caregivers, survivors, advocates, medical and research professionals united in support of people impacted by bladder cancer.


Having bladder cancer can be a lonely experience. Reading the words of others who have “been there, done that” can help people feel less alone. We created our Bladder Cancer Stories section to enable patients and caregivers to tell their own stories of what it’s like to live with or love someone with this terrible disease. We hope you find comfort in these stories.

  • Read Burt’s Story

  • Read “Guess what, Jim? You have some urine in your blood.”

  • Read Alan’s Story and His “Stomaversary”

  • Read Michael’s Cancer Journey(s)

  • Read Shelby’s Story: I Am 21 Years Old

  • Read Damon’s Bladder Cancer Story

How You Can Help

Bladder cancer is a disease that impacts more than 600,000 patients in the United States, and we need your help to help provide support and resources for those impacted by it as well as research funds to help end bladder cancer. Won’t you join us?

  • Volunteer

    BCAN is mission-focused and volunteer-driven. We invite you to share your time and talent by volunteering.

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  • Donate

    Every dollar you give enables us to help bladder cancer patients and those who love them.

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  • Walk

    Join us for our annual Walk to End Bladder Cancer that unites our community of patients, caregivers, advocates, healthcare providers, and more.

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