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Take our Survey and help us improve surveillance in Kidney Cancer

Take our Survey and help us improve surveillance in Kidney Cancer

This year, 60,000 Americans will be diagnosed with kidney cancer.  Many of these cancers will be found incidentally – almost by accident.  Many patients are completely unprepared and don’t know what questions to ask or what kind of follow-up they should receive after their diagnosis.  While multiple guidelines exist, there isn’t a single uniform or standard plan for patients.  In an effort to improve that – we’re doing something that no one else has done.  We’re asking patients to share their experiences and to tell us what they want and what the health care system can do better!  If you’ve been diagnosed with RCC, please take a moment to fill out our survey and share with others!  By doing so, you’ll help magnify the voice of all patients.

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Dena Battle is the President of KCCure. She also serves on the Advisory Board for the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and as a member of the Patient and Family Advisory Council.
  • Rob Charlton

    Would you be interested in survey responses from outside the USA?

    • Dena Battle

      yes! any kidney cancer patient can participate! Please share with others as well!

      • Rob Charlton

        Hello Dena,

        I have put a message about the survey on the facebook page of CANSA, and have completed the survey for you.

        • Dena Battle

          wonderful — thank you so much!!

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