Looking for information on how successfull chemotherapy is for aggressive bladder cancer. Drs say this is one of the most aggressive forms of bladder cancer known and that it always metestasizes to other areas of body. My husband had a urostomy 2mo ago and is healing well. The operation was successful in removing the initial tumor and there is no cancerous tumors left in area of sugery, however, there is microscopic cancer in the lympth system localized to bladder area. Dr's want him to undergo the (quote) 'the worst chemotherapy known to man'. has anyone undergone this chemo? if so how successful was it? are there alternative treatements to chemo and how successful are they? Would appreciate any info anyone has on this.
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