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#1 Oct 2, 2013
Stage I. Cancer at this stage occurs in the bladder's inner lining but hasn't invaded the muscular bladder wall.

Stage II. At this stage, cancer has invaded the bladder wall but is still confined to the bladder.

Stage III. The cancer cells have spread through the bladder wall to surrounding tissue. They may also have spread to the prostate in men or the uterus or vagina in women.

Stage IV. By this stage, cancer cells may have spread to the lymph nodes and other organs, such as your lungs, bones or liver.

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