Scientists Make Breakthrough In Advanced Kidney Cancer Treatment
Scientists at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have made what can be considered a breakthrough in advanced kidney cancer treatment. According to the American Cancer Society, kidney cancer is among the 10 most common cancers in the country. For women, the lifetime risk of developing kidney cancer is one in 83, and for men one in 58. According to the organization’s estimates, more than 70,000 new kidney cancer cases will occur in 2019, and nearly 15,000 people will die from this disease within a year.