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Bladder cancer happens in the tissues of the bladder, the organ that holds urine. There are three types of bladder cancer: transitional cell carcinoma, the most common bladder cancer type, which begins in the transitional cells in the inner layer of the bladder; squamous cell carcinoma, a rare cancer triggered when squamous cells form in the bladder after a long-term infection or irritation; and adenocarcinoma, another rare cancer that starts when glandular cells form in the bladder after long-lasting bladder inflammation and irritation.

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Blood in the stool can signal colon conditions like cancer or polyps, where a few streaks of blood on toilet paper most likely means hemorrhoids or a scratch in the rectal area. Stool will become noticeably dark or even deep red when blood is present.

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Bloody emesis (vomiting) in children can be caused by many things – a milk allergy, birth defect, a swallowed object, different cancers and many other conditions. Immediate medical attention should be sought to diagnosis the cause.

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Blurred (fuzzy) vision in one or both eyes can be a symptom of many conditions, from cataracts to glaucoma to stroke to migraine. Blurred vision can occur gradually over time or quickly; any sudden change in eyesight requires immediate medical attention.

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Bone cancer can begin in any bone in the body but it most often affects bones in the arms and legs. There are several types of bone cancer, categorized by where and how the cancer begins.

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