What advances have been made in immune therapy for renal cell carcinoma? Discover what the experts say in this opinion article from Future Oncology.
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New clinical trial data indicates that pembrolizumab immunotherapy both significantly increases survival in bladder cancer and has activity against mucosal melanoma.
This research article investigates practice trends in the use of surgical resection versus thermal ablation for the management of early stage renal cell carcinoma with regard to sociodemographic factors and associated outcome.
A review of the some of the most recent available data for immune checkpoint inhibitors for patients with renal cell carcinoma.
Owing to the wide variation in the incidence of toxicity in patients treated with sorafenib, this primary paper details a study investigating the potential role of genetic polymorphisms in the incidence of side effects.
The authors review standard practices, current trends and controversies, and promising future therapies in muscle-invasive and metastatic bladder urothelial cancers.
Retrospective analysis finds association between increased expression of metabolism-associated genes and lack of response to nivolumab in PD-L1- positive renal cell carcinoma.
New approaches for the management of patients with metastatic urothelial cancer are reviewed here, focused on three key therapeutic target areas: recurrent somatic alterations, the tumor neovasculature and tumor-associated immune escape.
New research has defined molecular subgroups associated with varying prognoses in early bladder cancer, which could potentially lead to optimization of disease therapy.