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(10 May 2010 09:13 GMT) - A new study indicates that patients aged 75 years or older who have confined kidney tumours do not live longer if they have their entire kidney removed. The research reveals that these patients typically have other medical problems of greater significance and that many should receive more conservative cancer-related care, such as observation or treatments that spare the noncancerous parts of their kidneys. The study is published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society…
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