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Kidney Cancer

Kristie L. Kahl
Findings from a recent study supported further evaluation of comparing anti–PD-1 to anti–PD-L1 therapy to help determine treatment options for patients with cancer.
Jessica Skarzynski
Personalized treatments have changed the cancer landscape, and continue to change it for patients with renal cell carcinoma.
Conor Killmurray
A physician’s social network is important to determining the adoption of high-value cancer drugs, as researchers have determined peer influence had a strong association with the adoption of Avastin among oncologists across the nation. 
Beth Fand Incollingo
Doing a few hours of exercise per week can help prevent kidney, liver, endometrial, colon and breast cancers, as well as multiple myeloma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a large study found.
Kristie L. Kahl
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first generic for Afinitor, which can provide a safe, effective, lower cost alternative to the brand-name drug it references.
Katie Kosko
A phase 3 clinical trial investigating Fotivda improved chances of preventing disease progression in patients with kidney cancer compared with Nexavar.
Jessica Skarzynski
Here is a list of clinical trials that are currently happening within the kidney cancer space.
Jessica Skarzynski
In cancer clinical trials, the goal, or primary endpoint, is often focused on overall survival. However, one expert from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute thinks treatment-free survival should also be documented to provide patients with the data they need to make informed treatment choices.
Dr. Brian I. Rini
When asked about the future of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) treatment, one expert is hopeful about the current search, but notes that more work is needed to find a reliable biomarker for use in patients with the most common kind of kidney cancer.

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