Incidence and Mortality
Estimated new cases and deaths from renal cell (kidney and renal pelvis) cancer in the United States in 2014:
New cases: 63,920.
Follow-up and Survivorship
Renal cell cancer, also called renal adenocarcinoma, or hypernephroma, can often be cured if it is diagnosed and treated when still localized to the kidney and to the immediately surrounding tissue. The probability of cure is directly related to the stage or degree of tumor dissemination...
Treatment Options for Recurrent, Refractory, and Progressive Childhood LCH in Children
Recurrent LCH is cancer that cannot be detected for some time after treatment and then comes back. Treatment of recurrent childhood LCH in the skin, bone, lymph nodes, gastrointestinal tract, pituitary gland, or central nervous system (low-risk organs) may include:
Chemotherapy with or without steroid therapy.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) therapy with indomethacin.