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You are looking for information on kidney cancer? Here you can find information on what is kidney cancer, the types of kidney cancer, histology, grades and stages of the disease.
In this section you get to know what might cause kidney cancer and learn about signs and symptoms for the disease. Is your family at risk of developing kidney cancer?
Active surveillance, surgery, systemic therapy – this section offers further information on the treatments that are the current standard of care for kidney cancer.
All cancer treatments available today have been proven in clinical trials. This section explains how trials are run, how you might take part in a clinical trial and how a trial might help you.
At all stages of your cancer treatment you need to feel as well as possible. This can be achieved through palliative care. Palliative care focuses on improving quality of life for you and your family.
As a global network, the IKCC is committed to addressing unmet needs for kidney cancer patients worldwide and to promoting evidence-based guidelines and quality care.
All IKCC graphics and infographics are prepared for the benefit of patient organisations who support patients with kidney cancer and can be used freely by all IKCC Affiliate Organisations. Other organisations and medical professionals are requested to contact the IKCC […]
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