Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer (NMIBC)

Bladder Cancer Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer (NMIBC)

Your bladder cancer treatment plan should be discussed in detail with all the relevant medical professionals and people closest to you.

There are a range of potential treatment options including chemotherapy or BCG (immunotherapy) placed directly into the bladder. Your medical team will assist you in selecting the best option according to your diagnosis.


Short video clips from patients/carers and medical professionals explaining what to expect


Further information to help you understand bladder cancer treatment options in more depth

There are many options. Don’t feel overwhelmed. We’ve provided you with a detailed easy-to-understand guide to the various treatments, what they entail, why they may have been recommended for you and what their outcomes may be.

This 1-page flowchart will guide you through all your NMIBC treatment options, and the order they are likely to happen. We will keep it up to date so it includes all new treatments as they become available.

You are about to start, or are currently having BCG treatment. We’ve provided you with a list of questions patients frequently ask, to help you understand what you may experience during your treatment.

You are not alone. See what other patients have to say about their personal experience with BCG treatment.

Finding out about clinical trials can be extremely complicated & confusing. We’ve provided information to help explain all about clinical trials and given you the most user-friendly method to search for clinical trials.

You are not alone. There is lots of very good informational, emotional, practical and peer support available to help you and your family.

It is really important to consider your health and wellbeing during your bladder cancer treatment. Here is some great advice.


Questions to help you have informed discussions with your medical professionals

Download these questions to take to your Oncologist for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer.