In bladder cancer (urothelial cancer), cells grow abnormally in the urinary bladder to form a tumor. Most bladder cancers start in the inner lining of the bladder, which is called the urothelium. If the tumor spreads outside the bladder, it’s considered advanced bladder cancer.
Learn about the role of FGFR in bladder cancer.
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What is FGFR?
Learn about the FGFR gene and what it means to have a tumor with an abnormal FGFR gene