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The American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP) is very disappointed with Wanda Sykes comedic comments regarding kidney failure.
ATΩ presents ASVT '09 Benefiting the Kidney Cancer Association in honor of Scott Hanelt.
Last month, Great Britain's health care watchdog ruled that four new kidney cancer drugs shouldn't be covered by the National Health Service. The agency decided these drugs arent worth the cost, even though they are widely prescribed by cancer experts worldwide and may offer the last hope for many British cancer patients. And if we're not careful, the U.S. government could be rendering similar decisions.
campaigners battling to retain under-threat medical services in Cornwall are fighting for seats on the new unitary council in the latest stage of the blistering row over cancer care in the county.
Britain's healthcare cost-effectiveness watchdog said on Thursday it had recommended that Bayer AG's new drug Nexavar should not be given on the state health service.
Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) vaccines show activity in select patients while displaying minimal toxicity.
Nonprofit groups received mixed news in President Obamas budget proposal released yesterday, The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports.
Their plan is to be in D.C. on Memorial Day weekend for the annual gathering of Rolling Thunder, the nonprofit group of motorcycle enthusiasts committed to focusing attention on the POW-MIA issue as well as helping all veterans.
Now in its third year at East Beach, ASVT continues to draw bigger crowds and consequently raises more money for the Kidney Cancer Association (KCA), ATOs charity of choice. In 2008, ASVT raised $30,000 for kidney cancer research; this years larger turnout promises an even greater amount of money raised.
She was at Wrigley Field to raise awareness for kidney cancer, which claimed her mother as a victim last year.
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