Over-treatment of Renal Tumors: The Turtle in the Room - Robert G. Uzzo

(Length of discussion - 11 minutes)

Kidney cancer, like all cancers, has a spectrum of risk. There are groups of patients with incidentally detected asymptomatic, small renal masses that act relatively indolent and are often over-diagnosed and over-treated in some patients. The issue is defining who they are when they should or should not be treated.


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Biographies: 

Robert G. Uzzo, MD 

Chair, Department of Surgical Oncology

G. Willing "Wing" Pepper Chair in Cancer Research

Kidney, Bladder, and Prostate Cancer TRDG Member

Senior Vice-President, Physician Services

President, FCCC Medical Group, Inc.

Professor of Surgery, Temple University Health System

E. David Crawford 
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