Several studies link diet to bladder cancer. Since breakdown products of food leave the body through the urinary tract, it stands to reason that diet plays a role. People who eat animal protein (meat and dairy) have a higher risk of bladder cancer than those who don’t eat it.
One in eight women in the UK will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives. Women with breast cancer are more likely to survive the disease now thanks to screening programmes, early diagnosis and improved treatment.