Kidney cancer is a heterogenous disease. This book covers: -new surgical approaches which are becoming the standard, i.e., nephon sparing, laporascopic, minimally invasive techniques; -new staging and prognostic capabilities; -evolving therapeutic options include, cell based vaccine, gene and antibody therapy; -molecular genetics allow for a better understanding of the various types of kidney cancer. Kidney Cancer is a comprehensive review covering present and future surgical approaches, staging and prognostic factors, currently accepted and future plans for prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Contributing authors to this book are internationally recognized specialists in this disease. This book will be useful to the specialist (oncologist and urologist), primary care physicians, patients and family members dealing with kidney cancer.Thompson JA, Shulman KL, Benyunes MC, et al: Prolonged continuous intravenous infusion interleukin2 and ... administration of recombinant human interleukin2 and recombinant interfreron alfa2A: An active outpatient regimen in metastaticanbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert A. Figlin|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|