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“Life is meant to be lived, not just survived.”

This is a guest post by Kenneth G. Winters, 70, a retired US Navy Chaplain from Massachusetts. I was diagnosed with stage IV kidney cancer in April 2018. The cancer had also spread to my…

Spotlight: Zita Lim of the KCA’s Clinical Advisory Board

Zita Lim, PA-C, is a member of the KCA’s Clinical Advisory Board and sees patients at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. We spoke about her work supporting kidney cancer patients. How long…

Learn about the 2020 KCA grant recipients

The 2021 KCA grants open for applications on March 1st, but before they do, we’re looking back at the 2020 grant recipients. These innovative researchers are committed to advancing science and improving the way we…

This month in kidney cancer research

Welcome to our new series where we take a look at what’s happening in kidney cancer each month! From treatments and clinical trials to genetic testing and government regulations, the KCA’s Medical Director, Sallie McAdoo,…

Spotlight: Nina Decker of the KCA’s Clinical Advisory Board

Nina Decker, MSW, LCSW, is a member of the KCA’s Clinical Advisory Board and sees patients at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. We spoke about her work supporting kidney cancer patients. How…

Newly a mom, Kayla got a cancer diagnosis

In June 2020, Kayla Bulkley gave birth to her and her husband’s long-awaited baby girl, Jane.  Within a month, Kayla was diagnosed with kidney cancer.  “It was a Saturday and we were getting newborn photos…

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