Kidney Cancer Topics
Donor kidneys are safe to use for transplants even if they aren’t in tip-top shape, according to new research.
You already know that exercise is good for the heart. New research shows that working out cuts cancer risk, too.
New immunotherapy drugs are helping kidney cancer patients live longer, and in some cases are leading to a complete remission of the disease.
Most people don't know a lot about kidney cancer, which can make a diagnosis even scarier. We've got the facts—and the what-to-do-nows—that can give you the perspective you need.
What you eat could impact how you feel day to day. And now researchers say it could even improve the effectiveness of your treatments.
These new and exciting treatments will help patients understand their current and possible future options. Our experts will help readers understand what current and developing medicines exist and what they can expect to discuss with their doctor.
Targeted therapies and immunotherapies are helping people with advanced kidney cancer live longer.
Why kidney cancer survivor Dave deBronkart preaches the e-patient gospel.
Newer therapies have more than doubled survival rates for some types of metastatic kidney cancer.
To help you have a more meaningful and productive doctor visit, here are tools, trackers, and preparation tips for your next appointment.
KIM-1 testing could diagnose kidney cancer earlier by doubling the accuracy of current screening tests used to measure kidney disease markers.
In a comprehensive analysis, researchers didn't find enough evidence to change current guidelines for prescribing statins based on other potential benefits.