Based on the data that you presented, it seemed that the primary cancer is in the cervix that has metastasized/extended to the urinary bladder. The common histology of cervical cancer is squamous cell, whereas that of urinary bladder cancer is transitional cell with only 8% are squamous cell.
Most of the time, this condition is treated with concurrent chemoradiotherapy. The prognosis will depend on patient's response to treatment. If there is a residual cancer after the said treatment, other treatment options are available. Survival is prolonged with available treatment, as compared to best supportive care.
Secondary breast cancer from a cervical cancer is not common. It would be best though to be vigilant and undergo regular screening not only for secondary breast cancer but also other potential cancer sites.