Will "ObamaCare" result in a poorer standard of care for those dealing with renal cancers? Some observers believe the US House of Representatives could still prevail in gutting or repealing ACA, due to massive cost overruns that might result in the unseating of Senate Democrats. "Obamacare" remains overwhelmingly unpopular with the public, including with many of those who voted for the president.
Discovery will help physicians recognize which tumors are going to behave more aggressively
The Social Security Administration is expanding its Compassionate Allowances program, which is designed to provide decisions on disability claims within several days...
AGS-003 is a new type of personalized immunotherapy that is being evaluated in a phase 3 clinical study called ADAPT for the treatment of advanced kidney cancer.
Learn how a study using an investigational drug (BNC105P) can be a treatment option for you.
The impact of tyrosine kinase inhibitors on the multimodality treatment of brain metastases from renal cell carcinoma
Eighty-one patients with 216 BMs were identified. Thirty-seven patients had BM at diagnosis and the remaining 44 were found to have BM at a later point. Forty-one patients never received a TKI and the remaining 40 received TKIs.
Greetings of the holiday season from everyone at the Kidney Cancer Association
Before the Affordable Care Act, doctors in the US were on the side of patients, but this does not appear to be true in the UK.
Can diet help to stave off metastatic disease?
Few types of cancer have had their treatment evolve as rapidly as metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC).