Editorial Board

Bladder cancer is caused due to the abnormal growth of cell or tissues that line inside of the bladder, an organ in the body that holds urine. According to some recent studies done by the National Institute of Health, yearly approximately 17000 women and 45000 men were identified with this disease hence men were four times more prone than women to get this disease. Bladder cancer journal which is a most prominent sub-section of Clinics in Oncology™ an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal recognized its importance to emphasize on this topic as this is the 6th most common cancer that occurs in any stage of life and may recur even after complete treatment of the patient in his life.
Bladder cancer journal is a dedicated sub-division of mega open access journal introduced to scientific community with an aim to provide open forum for international readers by giving unrestricted access to the information and knowledge on basic and translational research, clinical medicine and its trials studies that test innovative ways of detection, prevention, treatment and management of bladder cancer. With these publications, bladder cancer journal which is a sub-section of our mega journal will facilitate the understanding the epidemiology, pathogenesis, genetics, molecular correlations, pharmacology and survivorship of the patients.