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Diagnosed With Bladder Cancer? Maybe You Should Be Receiving Social Security Disability

Cancer is disease that begins in your cells, which are the building blocks of your body. When things are working correctly, old cells that die are replaced by your body producing new cells as you need them. This process can go wrong. Old cells may not die when they should, and new cells are made even when you do not need them. Sometimes, a mass (tumor) is formed by these extra cells. The tumors can be either malignant or benign. Malignant tumors are cancer. Benign ones are not. Cancer is a group of diseases, not just one disease. Cancer is characterized by cells that are aggressive (they grow and divide without respect to normal limits), invasive (they invade and destroy adjacent tissue) and sometimes metastatic (they spread to other parts of the body). As you probably know, there are many different types of cancer. Most of these are named for where they originate in your body. For example, lung cancer is cancer that begins in your lungs. Colon cancer is cancer that begins in your colon. Cancer is still designated by where it starts, even though it may spread to other organs. Cancer is also classified according to the kind of cell the tumor looks like. Some examples of this are germ cell tumor, lymphoma, carcinoma, sarcoma and blastic tumor. Bladder cancer is cancer that begins in your bladder. Your bladder is a balloon-shaped organ located in your pelvic area that stores urine. The signs and symptoms that you may experience with bladder cancer are not specific to this disease. They can be signs and symptoms of other medical conditions. It is best to let your doctor determine what is causing these signs and symptoms. Some of the ways that you may be affected by bladder cancer are: You or a loved one may have bladder cancer. This disease may be the cause of your disability and why you need financial assistance. Did you or your loved one apply for Social Security disability benefits or disability benefits from the Social Security Administration because of the disability caused by bladder cancer? Were you or your loved one denied? If you or your loved one intends to appeal the denial by the Social Security Administration, consider this. People with a disability attorney like the one you will find at are approved more often than people without a lawyer. Please do not hesitate. Contact the disability attorney at, today.
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