Kidney cancer

Kidney cancer, also known as renal cell carcinoma, is a type of cancer that originates in the kidneys, the organs responsible for filtering blood and eliminating waste from the body. Treatment to eliminate this type of cancer may involve surgery to remove the tumor and, in advanced cases, may include radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy. Early detection is important to improve survival rates and may involve imaging tests such as ultrasound, CT and MRI scans, as well as blood tests and biopsies. Oncothermia may be a complementary option to help fight kidney cancer/renal cancer. In this type of cancer, as in any other, it must be taken into account that each treatment must always be recommended and supervised by a professional.

Cáncer de riñón

Cancer in diagnosis

Cáncer de riñón

After 24 sessions of Oncothermia


Renal carcinoma.


61-year-old man


The treatment that was applied was: Oncothermia as monotherapy (24 sessions, 2 times / week)


The tumor mass located in the left kidney reduced its diameter while it was treated with Oncothermia.


Prof. Dr. TaesingJeung;


Department of Oncology, Kosin University Gospel Hospital, South Corea.