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Paul Edwards posted a topic in Radiation, diagnostic imaging, bones and other prostate cancer topicsOverall the risk of getting bladder and rectal cancer is very low. But if you have received radiation therapy for Prostate Cancer, long term surveillance is important. You and your doctor should be careful to monitor for symptoms of bladder and rectal cancer in the long term. This is the advice of Dr Kathleen A. Cooney, the senior author of a new study from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Centre. The researchers looked at the number of second primary cancers that developed 10 or more years after men were diagnosed with prostate cancer. Because prostate cancer patie