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Almost half of kidney cancer patients suffer initial misdiagnosis. Read the results from our Patient survey, Autumn 2018.
Mr Grant Stewart, talks about his research project, being part funded by Kidney Cancer UK, into a national screening programme for kidney cancer and his teams progress
Kidney Cancer UK and Kidney Cancer Scotland are proud to present our fifth annual kidney cancer survey which focuses exclusively on patients in the United Kingdom.
Sugar Less September is a great opportunity to raise funds and to help yourself and your friends consume less sugar. Take on the challenge to reduce your sugar intake, become healthier and help kidney cancer patients.
Kidney Cancer UK are proud to be partnering with Public Health England on their 2018 Be Clear on Cancer campaign which calls for people to “tell their doctor” if they notice blood in their pee.
We are delighted to announce our 2018 Living With Kidney Cancer days.
Kidney Cancer UK were delighted to be invited to the IKCC 2018 Conference in Mexico City to present our UK Patient Survey. Here is Lucy's blog report on the event
Thank you for your incredible support of Kidney Cancer Awareness Week 2018. Find out when next years Kidney Cancer Awareness Week 2019 is and download your free wallpaper here.
Kidney Cancer UK has released the results of its Kidney Cancer Survey 2018 which reveals 51 per cent of patients are diagnosed through scans unrelated to the disease amongst its findings.
Simon Smith presented with the classic symptoms of kidney cancer but was misdiagnosis with kidney stones for over three vital months.
29 year old Linzi Atkinson was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2017. She has had her kidney removed and is living a healthy life following open surgery.
Kidney Cancer UK and Kidney Cancer Scotland are pleased to announce that Monday 5th to the Friday 9th February will be Kidney Cancer Awareness Week 2018 across the United Kingdom, #KCAW2018, culminating in 'Green Friday' on 9th February.
Hollyann Prince was just 23 when her health took a turn which led to a misdiagnosis and subsequently a delayed diagnosis of kidney cancer
Linzi Atkinson, 29, was diagnosed with kidney cancer in May 2017 and underwent open surgery to have her kidney removed. During her recover she found herself wanting to eat healthy food to help her body recover.