WHEN it comes to cancer, many healthcare professionals advocate early detection to increase the chances of successful treatment. In reality, this is hardly the case. Although there are no Malaysian-centric statistics, research has shown that almost 50% of cancer patients in Britain are diagnosed late, making treatment less likely to succeed and reducing their chances of survival. 663 more words
Tags » Renal Cell Carcinoma
Oh, yes! This was my very first indication that I had kidney cancer. Here’s part of my story…
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April 28 2006 I picked up my husband for a biopsy and took him to an outpatient surgical center.
The first person in Illinois to benefit from a new treatment device – the OsteoCool® Radiofrequency Ablation System from Medtronic – was a middle-aged, camera-shy gentleman with widely metastatic renal cell cancer. 652 more words