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Kidney Cancer

Katie Kosko
Once a patient progresses following initial treatment for kidney cancer, one expert says TKIs are the next step in therapy.
Katie Kosko
Different combinations of immunotherapy with chemotherapy are helping patients with renal cell carcinoma live longer.
 
Beth Fand Incollingo
The first study to look at cancer prevalence in transgender people and examine the health of transgender cancer survivors also found concerning health trends among transgender women and gender nonconforming people.
 
Young Investigator and Advanced Discovery Awards will advance kidney cancer research, as the Kidney Cancer Association opens up its grant applications.
 
Conor Killmurray
African American race was associated with longer survival in non-clear cell metastatic renal cell carcinoma compared with Hispanic and Caucasian patients.
 
Conor Killmurray
From New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announcing he will undergo surgery to remove a potentially cancerous tumor on his kidney to an NHL team granting a 15-year-old fan with cancer the ultimate wish, here’s what is making headlines in the cancer space this week.
Bradley McGregor, M.D.
Utilizing the data of the CheckMate 9ER trial, researchers believe that combination therapies in the treatment of patients with renal cell carcinoma are the future of the landscape.
Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
Here’s a look at what’s inside our 2020 Winter issue.
Jessica Skarzynski
Treatments for renal cell carcinoma are showing effectiveness in the short term, but with the help of new trials, researchers are looking to expand their impact for long term treatment.
Dr. Thomas Powles
The landscape for patients with renal cell carcinoma could potentially change as the use of immune checkpoint inhibition shows promise for these patients.
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