Pikul’s husband, Frank, was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2010. Since that time, he participated in a clinical trial at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, underwent surgery and treatment, and is now doing well. The experience prompted Erin to create the Renal Race as a way to support the research and advocacy of the Kidney Cancer Association.
Join people from 102 nations in a live day-long web chat on World Kidney Day.
News of a trio of biomarkers that may help to ID kidney cancer.
The Flagler Free Clinic will stay put for now, though negotiations for a new business arrangement have been under way since the death of co-founder Dr. John Canakaris.
The 11th annual Penn State Football Uplifting Athletes Lift For Life is set for July 12, with proceeds again benefiting the Kidney Cancer Association.
I'm grateful for the opportunity to speak with groups that are interested in proactively addressing issues related to the enrollment of people of color in clinical trials.
Put your family on this interactive map of North America kidney cancer survivors. Meet patients and caregivers in the largest global forum of its kind!
The symptoms of a kidney disease are initially so vague, many have no idea they suffer from it until it has reached a very serious stage. Are you one of them? Take a look at this infographic and ask yourself some serious questions!
The Penn State football team will continue their fundraising efforts with Uplifting Athletes when the Nittany Lions hit the field July 12 for the 11th annual Lift for Life event.
The NCCN 18th Annual Conference: Advancing the Standard of Cancer Care(TM) will take place on March 13-17, 2013 at The Westin Diplomat in Hollywood, Florida. This year's conference features two roundtable discussions; new NCCN Guidelines(R) for Survivorship will be presented.