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Improving outcomes in high-risk, nonmetastatic renal cancer: new data and ongoing trials

06:10 EDT 9 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

Outcomes of patients with high-risk, localized renal cancer depend on optimal patient stratification, surgical management, and systemic therapy selection. Blick et al. discuss the current knowledge on these topics and provide an overview of interventions that are currently being investigated in clinical trials.

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