Medicines may be used to control the growth
bladder cancer cells and to relieve symptoms.
These medicines may be taken by mouth, injected
into a vein (intravenous, or IV), or delivered directly into the bladder using a catheter.
ImmunotherapyImmunotherapy, also called biological therapy, uses medicines
that cause your body's
immune system to attack cancer cells in your bladder.
It is most often used for early-stage bladder cancer. It may also be used after a transurethral resection (TUR) to help keep cancer from coming back.