Wilms Tumour​

Wilms Tumour

More than 30 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Wilms Tumour.

Wilms tumour, also known as nephroblastoma, is a type of kidney cancer primarily affecting children, especially those under 5 years old. It originates from immature kidney cells and is named after Dr. Max Wilms, who first described it. While rare in adults, Wilms tumour is the most common form of kidney cancer in young children. The condition typically affects one kidney, but in some cases, it can involve both. Diagnosis and treatment often include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, depending on the stage and spread of the disease.

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