Articles for Tag: "kidney cancer"

The pandemic inspired this surgical innovation 
The pandemic inspired this surgical innovation
A new outpatient procedure eliminates the need for a 2-night hospital stay.
How a heart scan caught her kidney cancer 
How a heart scan caught her kidney cancer
“It looked like a snowman in my heart.”
What you need to know about kidney cancer 
What you need to know about kidney cancer
Learn about this common disease that affects more than 350,000 Americans.
Light giving physicians edge in kidney surgery 
Light giving physicians edge in kidney surgery
Thanks to a technology called “Firefly,” surgeons are seeing “green” and removing kidney cancers with improved precision.
Is genetic counseling right for you?  Featured
Is genetic counseling right for you?
Everyone wants to know what the future holds for their health. And the answer could be in your genes. Here’s what you need to know.
Older people with kidney cancer might think twice about surgery 
Older people with kidney cancer might think twice about surgery
Wait and see may be the best approach vs. surgery for older patients with kidney cancer.