Kidney Cancer Program Videos
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UT Southwestern Kidney Cancer Program, one of two programs recognized by the National Cancer Institute for research excellence, strives to find a cure.
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How a clinical trial and cutting-edge research helped Richard survive stage IV kidney cancer.
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James Brugarolas, M.D., Ph.D., discusses the Kidney Cancer Research Program with UT Southwestern's President’s Research Council.
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Dealing with kidney cancer takes a team of experts. According to educator Sam Swierc, being referred to UT Southwestern was "the best thing that ever happened in my life."
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UT Southwestern Simmons Cancer Center partners with The V Foundation in the kidney cancer research program.
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Tami Cooke's poem for her father.
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Jean shares her experience of learning that her kidney cancer can be treated.
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Patient Tony Towler talks about his experience undertaking drug treatment for kidney cancer to avoid surgery and dialysis.
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Roy's story of how he accidentally found out he had kidney cancer, and how he is cancer-free after partial nephrectomy.
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Mike's experience with radiofrequency ablation for recurrent kidney cancer.
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Patient advocate Tony Towler and Merlinda discuss an encounter through their cancer journey and volunteer program.
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Kidney Cancer Program Annual Event on August 1, 2015.
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Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings introduces a comprehensive program for kidney cancer patients at UT Southwestern Harold C. Simmons Cancer Center. – December 8, 2013
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