Tag: Kidney Cancer

CEM17: Young urologists show best work in well-attended contest

Eight young urologists from across Central Europe showed their best work and innovative insights in various topics ranging from penile cancer, new training models to donor nephrectomy, during the Young Urologists Competition held in the second day of the 17th...

EMUC16: Kidney cancer — from diagnosis to progression

Improving diagnosis and mapping out optimal treatment strategies for kidney cancer patients topped the second-day agenda of the 8th European Meeting on Urological Cancers (EMUC16) in Milan, Italy. The fourth plenary session focused on the challenges in kidney cancer...

EMUC15: Best unmoderated posters in bladder and kidney cancers

The 7th EMUC has awarded today the three best unmoderated abstract posters to researchers from Italy, Israel and Belgium. Session chairpersons Profs. Bertrand Tombal and Harriet Thoeny cited the innovative approaches and insights on managing bladder and kidney cancers....

EMUC15: Challenges in kidney cancers

There are notable gains in the diagnosis of uncommon renal tumours but patients need to be enrolled in clinical studies or referred to high-volume centres for researchers to reach more meaningful outcomes.   “Non-clear cell renal cell carcinoma (nccRCC)...

EMUC15: Systemic treatment for metastatic kidney cancer

New drug combinations, side-effects of systemic therapy and prospects in the management of renal cell carcinoma were taken up in the second plenary session of the 7th European Multidisciplinary Meeting on Urological Cancers  (EMUC15) with experts weighing in the...

CEM15: Surgical limits in metastatic kidney cancer

Not all patients with advanced kidney cancer would benefit from nephrectomy, prompting experts to consider other less radical or aggressive options such as partial nephrectomy or lymph node dissection. “Partial nephrectomy should be considered standard of care whenever possible...