What is Kidney Cancer & How to Survive it?
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Kidney cancer, or cancer of the kidney, is any type of cancer that has arisen from the kidney.

The most common types of kidney cancer include renal cell carcinoma and urothelial cell carcinoma of the renal pelvis. Renal cell carcinoma accounts for approximately 90% of all kidney cancers. Urothelial cell carcinoma is a type of cancer that occurs in the urinary system, specifically the kidney, urinary bladder, ureter & urethra.

Adults aged between 50 and 80 years are more likely to develop kidney cancer compared to other people. This type of cancer affects men more than women.

The incidence of kidney cancer in the developed world has been steadily increasing over the last three decades. Some experts believe there is a close link between this increase and a parallel rise in rates of adult obesity.

Kidney cancer is the 8th commonest cancer in men and the 13th commonest cancer in women. It accounts for 8% of all male cancers and 5% of all female cancers.

Symptoms of Kidney Cancer

Early stages of kidney cancer do not usually show any symptoms.

  • During the advanced stages, the following signs and symptoms may appear:
    • Blood in the urine
    • A continuous pain below the ribs
    • A lump in the abdomen
  • If the cancer metastasized the following symptoms may also emerge:
    • Constant fever
    • Tiredness (fatigue)
    • Weight loss
    • Bone pain
    • Night sweats
Symptom Patients
Blood in the urine 59%
Abdominal mass 45%
Back or flank pain 41%
Weight loss 28%
Low blood counts (anemia) 21%
Tumor calcification on x-ray 13%
Symptoms of metastases 10%
Fever 9%
High calcium in blood 7%
High blood counts 7%
Detection, Diagnosis and Staging

Because kidney cancer may spread to other parts of your body, it is important to be very thorough in testing for its presence. Your doctor may order some or all of a variety of tests that are available to determine the extent of your cancer and to develop your treatment plan.

Your doctor may use different approaches to diagnose Kidney Cancers, depending on the symptoms you display. All approaches begin with a careful physical examination, combined with a complete discussion of past and present medical problems.

Certain tests may be done to assist your doctor in determining the correct diagnosis.

Treatment of Kidney Cancer :

The most common treatment options for Kidney Cancers are Surgery, Chemotherapy and Radiation therapy.

Our extensive experience has shown very positive results of Homeopathic Cancer Protocol in Kidney Cancers. Our patients start Homeopathic treatment protocol as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with chemotherapy or radiation therapy. It depends on the staging of kidney cancer and the advice of the doctors at Welling Clinic.

Before you visit Welling Clinic for Kidney Cancer treatment

  • Be aware of any pre-appointment restrictions. At the time you make the appointment, be sure to ask if there’s anything you need to do in advance.
  • Write down symptoms you’re experiencing, including any that may seem unrelated to the reason for which you scheduled the appointment.
  • Write down key personal information, including any major stresses or recent life changes.
  • Make a list of all medications, vitamins or supplements that you’re taking.
  • Consider taking a family member or friend along. Sometimes it can be difficult to remember all the information provided during an appointment. Someone who accompanies you may remember something that you missed or forgot.
  • Write down questions to ask your doctor.

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