Cure Kidney Cancer

Cure Kidney Cancer is a platform that minds the welfare of the kidney cancer patients, their families, and those who care for them. We listen to patients, we inform them, and we offer pour support whenever possible.

Even as the number of people developing cancer increases, the advances in technology have also improved over the past few decades.  Today, more people who develop kidney cancer will get treatment and recover. Over the past 20 years, we have tracked cases of kidney cancer and successful treatments to keep patients in the loop.

To support the patients, we rely on the support of well-wishers and oncologists and other professionals.

About Us

Cure Kidney Cancer is a platform that teaches you the need for a lifestyle change to prevent you from contracting kidney cancer. We also teach you of the signs to look out for to recognize if you have kidney cancer and the steps to take if you note any of the symptoms.

When detected early, all cases of cancer are curable and this is why we insist on routine tests to keep everyone healthy and happy.

The platform was designed by cancer patients for cancer patients. It was meant for patients to help each other through their experiences. Later, the platform became one for people who wanted to help better the welfare of those suffering from kidney cancer. We wanted to create a platform where everyone can learn more about kidney cancer.

What is kidney cancer?

Cancer is a group of diseases that lead to the overgrowth of cells in certain parts of the body. These cells can spread to different parts of the body away from where they start. In the case of kidney cancer, the disease affects the kidney and in most cases the renal cell.

The most common type of kidney cancer is renal cell carcinoma, RCC. In most cases, the disease shows now symptoms and patients learn of it when they test for other illnesses. An ultrasound will show the presence of kidney cancer when someone experience symptoms such as loss of weight, fever, and high blood pressure.

Other symptoms include blood in urine, mass felt in kidney area, and low back pain. Patients might also experience thickening of blood, tiredness, persistent temperature and sweating at night, and abnormal count of red blood cells.

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