Working together to reduce the global burden of kidney cancer
Kidney cancer is a global issue. Every year, 338,000 people worldwide will be diagnosed with kidney cancer.
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2019 World Kidney Cancer Day
ASCO 2019: Kidney Cancer Highlights
Updates from IKCC
Join @ANZUPtrials free Community Engagement Forum at the Hilton Brisbane on Sun 21 July2019, 1pm - 4pm. Darren Nolan #kidneycancer patient will talk about his experience as a #clinicaltrial participant with @DavePryorRO & @ChambersInOz Still time to book https://t.co/JeMmQfcpRt https://t.co/zjC4bY5lXS
That's why we created a chart that includes all open trials for non-clear cell #kidneycancer. Patients are willing to enroll in trials - but too often aren't referred by their physicians or can't travel to an open center. https://t.co/rayrn0ekXV https://t.co/Z1Z9w6vSpD
From a patient perspective, the current SOC (Standard of Care) for papillary #kidneycancer is a CLINICAL TRIAL. Let’s work as patient organisations to direct these patients to biology-specific trials we can build upon to improve outcomes. @KidneyCancer @kcCURE @KidneyCancer_Ca https://t.co/Dw9lu26H0z
Did you know?
Kidney cancer is often found by accident.
Kidney cancer is the 12th most prevalent cancer worldwide.
About 59 per cent of kidney cancer cases occur in more developed countries.
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