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
We are very please to be able to present this brief video from Susanna Smith who is a Clinical Nurse Specialist at The Christie Hospital in Manchester.
Martin Stepek explain Mindfulness
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.
Hollyann Prince was just 23 when her health took a turn which led to a misdiagnosis and subsequently a delayed diagnosis of kidney cancer
Neil Barber Consultant Urological Surgeon talks about how Robot Assisted Surgery (RAS) is used in treating kidney cancer.
Prof Tom Powles talks about the symptoms of kidney cancer.
Dr David Harrison’s presentation on how to treat kidney cancer between diagnosis and its conclusion.
Mike Tunstall lost a kidney to cancer only to have the threat of losing a second to the disease present itself a few years later.
Dave shared his journey which has included being treated with and the side effects of the drugs axitinib, everolimus and the new drug cabozantinib.
Cheryl Bishop presents this exclusive Exercise Video for Kidney Cancer Patients to help you get moving.
Liz Bradly very kindly filmed this presentation on ‘Nutrition and exercise for kidney cancer patients’ for us.
Ed Gerrard, a kidney cancer patient given a life expectancy of 12 months in Christmas 2015 talks at our annual President's Dinner in september 2016
In July 2011, Nick Maude cycled a 208km one-day stage of the Tour de France. Tragically, just four months later, Nick Maude died following a late diagnosis of kidney cancer. His friends thell his story through their eyes
Don MacMillan shares his experience of living with kidney cancer from the point of view of a husband who cares for his wife.
Dorothy MacMillan has kidney cancer and talks about how she copes with the good days and the bad days and some of the side effects of the medication.