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Great Doctor

Fantastic Doctor. I felt very comfortable with Dr. Chupp and have complete confidence in him. I highly recommend him. Good person with a kind heart.

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Professional, Peronsable, and Approachable

Recommended. Does not "talk down" nor "above" you.I had a rather routine diagnostic procedure. The wait to get the pre-procedure appointment was on the longish side, but was able to schedule the actual procedure quite quickly after the appointment.Understand that he is a surgeon and, if he must respond to emergencies, it is likely to be a longer delay than some other specialists.I am not competent to assess his skills (even if I had been "awake"). Overall, based on interactions with other surgeons, Dr. Chupp would be well above average.

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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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