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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.

Click here for shareable information, graphics and materials about kidney cancer for patient organisations worldwide.

World Kidney Cancer Q&A Day

The second World Kidney Cancer Q&A Day was a great success.

We are building momentum worldwide, in our first two years we have achieved:

  • 650,000 social media impressions
  • Over 20,000 people have completed the World Kidney Cancer Q&A Day Quiz.
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Global Patient Survey

Together with 25 patient organisations around the world, the IKCC is conducting the first-ever global patient and caregiver survey to better understand the patient experience with kidney cancer. We welcome you to complete the survey in the language of your choice.

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Updates from IKCC

20 hours ago
Dr Viktor Grünwald: what are the goals for 1st line mrcc? Are we chasing CRs? Improved QoL? Adverse events "tolerated" = 50% Grade 3, 4 @IKCCtrials #ESMO18 #kidneycancer https://t.co/djFNyXsXKF
20 hours ago
Javelin Renal 101: "Robust improvement in PFS for patients receiving axitinib plus avelumab" vs sunitinib in 1st line mrcc #kidneycancer @IKCCtrials https://t.co/FlfeQBjyM9
20 hours ago
Here we go! Dr Robert Motzer to opening to overflow audience. Javelin Renal 101 #clinicaltrial With thanks to all 886 participants worldwide! #kidneycancer #immunotherapy https://t.co/OPWtmYORaD

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.

Our Global Network

IKCC welcomes every organisation that has an interest in kidney cancer and who pledges to conform to our Code of Conduct. We extend an open invitation to become part of this international network.

Explore Our Global Network

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