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Was ok. could have been much better

I did not enjoy my stay at the general. This place is a factory and this doctor just doesnt get people at all. They got me in and out quickly, which I guess is ok but still.My follow up was really just because they had too. The people skills are just lacking. Not to many options in my case unfortunatly.

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Dr. Rogers and Lancaster General LGH

VERY... unprofessional, and I will refuse care at Lancaster General due to DR. Rogers from now on! Dr. Rogers needs to learn basic manners.

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Bladder Cancer

Your bladder is the hollow, muscular organ in your lower belly where urine is stored. When you urinate, the muscles of your bladder contract and push urine out through a tube called the urethra. Bladder cancer starts when cells in the bladder start to grow out of control. These cells can form into a bladder tumor. They can also spread outside your bladder to lymph nodes and to structures far from the bladder, like your bones, lungs or liver. This is known as metastasis.

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