ESMO 2021: Sarcomatoid and/or rhabdoid RCC treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors after surgery

Cytoreductive nephrectomy is the surgical removal of the tumour to reduce the number of cancer cells (tumour burden), reduce the symptoms and immunosuppression caused by the tumour, and prevent complications. Recent studies have questioned the role of cytoreductive nephrectomy for patients with RCC that has spread (metastatic RCC). Metastatic sarcomatoid/rhabdoid clear cell RCC is an aggressive type of RCC that responds […]

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