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European kidney cancer symposium attracts more than 400 people
The Kidney Cancer Association's 2nd European International Kidney Cancer Symposium, held recently in Rome, Italy, was well-received by more than 400 physicians and patient advocates. The Symposium was dedicated in memory of Dr. Pieter H.M. de Mulder, a member of the Kidney Cancer Association's medical advisory board, who died recently from complications related to kidney cancer.
Dr. de Mulder was one of the world's most respected kidney cancer researchers. An endowment, named for him, to fund the work of young investigators in renal cancer, was announced at the meeting. Bayer, the global pharmaceutical company, made the lead gift of 50 thousand Euros to establish this endowment.
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