Items tagged as "kidney cancer"
Mayo Clinic research team shares discoveries on kidney cancer See how one research team is working to find better treatments and a potential cure for kidney cancer. Stereotactic radiosurgery This procedure treats tumors in the brain and other parts of the body with precisely focused radiation beams. Managing chemotherapy side [...]Created by Dana Sparks
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Researchers at Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida have discovered a protein that is overly active in every human sample of kidney cancer they examined. They also found that an experimental drug designed to block the protein's activity significantly reduced tumor growth in animals when used alone. Combining [...]Created by mayonewsreleases
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — September 12, 2012. Today's researchers have a new set of tools to help uncover the roots of human disease and personalize prevention and treatment efforts. To take advantage of the emergence of faster, more affordable DNA sequencing technology, Mayo Clinic is establishing a biobank at its campus [...]Created by Kevin Punsky
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — July 31, 2012. A potentially powerful new approach to treating two lethal metastatic cancers — triple negative breast cancer and clear cell renal cell carcinoma, the most common form of kidney cancer — has been discovered by researchers at Mayo Clinic in Florida. In the online issue [...]Created by Paul Scotti
Imagine this: you go to the doctor for an upset stomach, and a CT scan reveals a large tumor on your kidney. The truth is, most kidney cancers are found like that: during tests for other issues. That's because these tumors often don't cause symptoms. Here's the story of a [...]Created by Admin
Imagine going to the doctor for a routine visit and finding out you have kidney cancer. That's what happened to the man you're about to meet. Treatment for kidney tumors has generally meant removal of the entire kidney. That's not always the case anymore. Doctors at Mayo Clinic say that [...]Created by Admin
Every year, thousands of people are diagnosed with kidney cancer. Many will have surgery to remove the tumors. But some people are not able to have an operation because of other medical problems. Dr. Bradley Leibovich, M.D., a Mayo Clinic urologist tells us about another, less-invasive option. It's called cryoablation. [...]Created by Admin