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Dutch scientists believe that acrylamide, a component found in French fries, potato chips, bread and coffee, can cause kidney cancer.
The parents of inspirational Jessica, whose story touched the hearts of Teessiders today launched a fundraising appeal in her memory.
Consuming large amounts of acrylamide, a chemical commonly found in French fries, cakes, snacks and even coffee, appears to raise the risk of kidney cancer.
Shocked when he learned his kidney cancer had returned last year after an eight-year remission, he prayed for healing and his prayer was answered, surprising doctors and acquaintances.
A new study suggests that firefighters face higher-than-average risks of several types of cancer, adding to evidence that the job carries hazards beyond the fires themselves.
Too many refined carbs can increase the risk of kidney cancer.
Stay In The Game is inspired by Don Sutton's personal quest to continue leading a productive life as an advanced kidney cancer survivor.
Tumor size at diagnosis is decreasing with time in patients with stage I renal cell carcinoma. These data likely underestimate the proportion of all enhancing renal masses diagnosed at a small size.
The groundwater was a ''public health hazard,'' and residents who drank and showered with it over long periods face 'a `low' to a 'very high' increased theoretical risk of kidney cancer.
Hereditary leiomyomatosis and renal cell cancer (HLRCC) is a disorder in which affected individuals tend to develop benign tumors containing smooth muscle tissue (leiomyomas) in the skin and, in females, the uterus. This condition also increases the risk of kidney cancer.
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