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Kidney

Jason M. Broderick
Frontline Opdivo (nivolumab) plus Yervoy (ipilimumab) was granted a priority review to a supplemental biologics license application (sBLA) to be used to treat patients with intermediate- and poor-risk patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC).
The FDA approved Sutent to be used in patients who had a nephrectomy and are at high risk of their kidney cancer returning.
Gina Columbus

Sumanta Kumar Pal, M.D., associate professor, Department of Medical Oncology, City of Hope, covered the scope of exciting genitourinary cancer data presented at the 2017 ESMO Congress, with a sharp focus on the CABOSUN and CheckMate-214 trials.
CHRISTIN MELTON, ELS
The latest drugs for advanced kidney cancer are stirring optimism.
Jason Harris
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first ever biosimilar to treat a variety of cancers.
 
Danielle Bucco
In an interview with CURE, Badani, a professor of Urology at Mount Sinai Hospital, discusses the benefits of robotic surgery in RCC. 
 
Jason Harris

Cabometyx had better progression-free survival rates than Sutent (sunitinib) for certain patients with renal cell carcinoma. 

Jason Harris
Progression-free survival (PFS) was not significantly improved with the combination of dalantercept plus Inlyta (axitinib) in patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC) compared with placebo, according to the results from the phase 2 DART trial.
Jason M. Broderick
Bavencio and Inlyta together produced a promising response for some patients with renal cell carcinoma. 
Angelica Welch
There are 16 known genes that cause kidney cancer and at least 13 different types of inherited kidney cancer, emphasizing the need to understand genetic differences between these disease.
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