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Posted 8 October 2014: Kidney Health Australia recognises the need for further research into rare and less common cancers, including kidney cancer, and also the importance of kidney cancer patients having an active voice in rare cancer research. CART-WHEEL.org is an international, ethically approved website that collects information directly from people who are affected by […]
Posted 29 September 2014: Kidney Cancer is an important health problem in Australia. In 2010 there were 2,712 new cases of kidney cancer diagnosed, compared to 2,016 in 2000, representing a significant increase over this period1. While there has been some improvement in the survival rates for kidney cancer patients, survival rates are still much […]
Posted 22 September 2014: The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), in partnership with Cancer Council Australia, will be hosting the World Cancer Congress in Melbourne in December this year. The UICC is a global membership organisation that exists to help the health community accelerate the fight against cancer. Their biennial Congress is a platform […]
Posted 29 August 2014: Do you have questions which relate to a kidney cancer diagnosis or treatment? There are a range of online resources which can assist you in your kidney cancer journey. One such resource is Kidney Cancer Canada’s Ask the Expert video series. Kidney Cancer Canada is a patient founded and led, support […]
Posted 21 July 2014: The causes of kidney cancer, and why some people are more likely to develop it, are still unclear. To improve our understanding of the causes of kidney cancer, the Cancer Council Victoria is conducting the CONFIRM Kidney Study to investigate the genetic, lifestyle, occupational and environmental risk factors of the disease. […]