After prostate cancer, the second commonest urological form of cancer is bladder cancer. Each year, around 25,000 people throughout Germany fall ill with this and a good half of them die as a result of the tumor. The earlier the cancer is detected, the better are the chances of healing. Unfortunately, the public perception is that bladder cancer plays a subordinate role, which means that too little attention is paid to the possible symptoms. Bladder cancer also has a high rate of recurrence. The interdisciplinary collaboration between several medical fields guarantees good diagnosis, treatment and aftercare.