Kidney Cancer

  • Gene in brain linked to kidney cancer 25-06-2014 06:37 PM

    Washington: Scientists have found that a gene that controls brain growth and development is heavily involved in promoting the most common form of kidney cancer, a finding that could lead to new strategy to treat the disease. The study by researchers from Mayo Clinic in Florida shows that the gene...
  • Cancer drugs to cost less, Cipla slashes prices 05-05-2012 07:51 AM

    Mumbai: After the Indian government recently lifted a patent license, Indian pharma major, Cipla, has announced a massive reduction of up to 76 per cent in its cancer drug prices. Following the move, the price of Cipla's generic kidney cancer drug, Sorafenib, will be available at Rs 6,840 a month...
  • Faulty gene behind a third of kidney cancers 20-01-2011 03:38 PM

    London: A faulty gene is linked to more than a third of all kidney cancers. The finding will help researchers understand how the cancer develops and may in the future lead to new treatments and earlier diagnosis. Everyone is born with a gene called PBRM1, but in some people it...