Kidney Cancer News & Features
A subset of adrenal cancer patients responded well to drug treatment in a phase 3 trial, giving some hope for addressing this aggressive form of cancer.
Researchers developed a noninvasive urine test that screens for kidney cancer.
A higher intake of lycopene in postmenopausal women may decrease the risk for developing renal cell carcinoma.
Use of either Nexavar (sorafenib) or Sutent (sunitinib) provide no benefit to patients with locally advanced renal cell carcinoma.
In situations where small renal tumors confined to the kidneys, active monitoring, as opposed to immediate surgery, is associated with low rates of tumor growth or mortality.
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