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The Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance maraTHON, involving 700 students, raised $9.56 million this year and $7.8 million last year, giving it the distinction, according to organizers, of being the largest student run charity in the world.
2011 Genitourinary Cancers Symposium sponsored by ASCO, ASTRO, and SUO, through February 19, Orlando, Florida. Read abstracts from this meeting that deal with kidney cancer. See the Program Agenda and be sure to listen to our daily podcasts from this meeting, featuring information presented by several members of our advisory and governing boards,
This is a patient with a pathologic fracture of his right humerus due to metastatic renal cell carcinoma. Dr. Wittig and his team performed an intraarticular resection of the right proximal humerus.
Merit awards include several to investigators looking at different aspects of kidney cancer.
The 2011 Symposium boasts eight General Sessions featuring the latest science and translational research.
Conquer Cancer Foundation, formerly known as The ASCO Cancer Foundation, has recently communicated with our researchers on the progress they have made during the first six months of their grant term. We are excited to share with you the update we received from Dr. Aditya Bardia, 2010 Young Investigator Award recipient, currently at work at John Hopkins University through the generous support of the Kidney Cancer Association.
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