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The Penn State Chapter of Uplifting Athletes has finalized its plans for the Nittany Lions’ annual spring football Blue-White Game on Saturday.
Kidney Cancer News for April, 2014. An increase in kidney cancer survival is reported, along with news of artificial 3D printed kidneys.
Sweden is praised as a rare example of a socialist country that works. A closer look at its health-care system tells a different story.
Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common type of kidney cancer, accounting for nearly 90 percent of all kidney cancer diagnoses.
Urologists continue to push the limits of minimally invasive surgery
Kidney cancer survival rates have shown a significant rise in spite of rising incidence of the disease, according to a new report* by Public Health England’s National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN).
At the European Association of Urology congress in Stockholm, Sweden, surgeons from Japan announced that they have created 3D-printed tumor-containing kidneys for the use of simulated cancer surgery.
Renal medullary carcinoma (RMC) is a rare neoplasm of the kidney that has been recently described.
The drug, ID-G305, harnesses the body's immune system to fight various cancers