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After having our bladder control so compromised from cancer treatment, are we also more prone to failure of that function from aging than we would have been without having had to go through cancer treatment? Is this just one more side effect for us survivors to prematurely endure in the future? (I know - don't worry about it till it happens as there is nothing that could be done to prevent it anyway.)Look at it as one of the consequences of being fortunate enough to be a survivor. Oh whoopee! Jon.