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Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC)

Statistics of Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC)

Statistics of transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) point to white male patient as the highest risk of developing urinary cancers. The most defining facts about TCC are that smoking is responsible for 50 percent of deaths among male patient diagnosed with bladder cancer and one-third of death in the female population.

Males are three times as likely to develop bladder cancer than females. Furthermore, white males are two times as likely to have bladder cancer as compared to African American males. 90 percent of all bladder cancers are diagnosed after the age of 55.   

The following are statistics of bladder cancer that pertain to TSS:

  • Smoking increases bladder cancer in males by 2 times.
  • White males are two times as likely than African American males to get bladder cancer and three times as prone to developing this cancer as females.  
  • 90 percent of all bladder cancer cases affect individuals 55-years and older.
  • TCC accounts for 97 percent of all bladder cancers in the United States. 

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