MOST KIDNEY CANCERS ARE CAUGHT EARLY TODAY
A nationwide study by a US San Diego Medical Center, researchers have found that
currently the number of patients likely to be detected with smaller tumors, in the
earliest, most treatable stage of kidney cancer, is much more than it was a decade ago,
thus leading to a higher survival rate.
More than 2,00,000 kidney cancer patients described in the National Cancer Data Base,
were studied in order to determine the change in kidney cancer presentation in the last
12 years by San Diego Medical Center.
-DR. NAVRAJ SINGH SANDHU, email@example.com