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A. Poluyanchik N.N. Aleksandrov Republican Research and Practical Center for Oncology and Medical Radiology, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

This investigation has evaluated the efficiency of treatment and identified prognostic factors for adjusted survival rates in patients with disseminated kidney cancer treated at the Republican Research and Practical Center for Oncology and Medical Radiology (Minsk) in 1999 to 2011. A prognostic classification has been elaborated for disseminated renal cell carcinoma, in accordance with which patients with less than 2 risk factors are classified into a low-risk group, those with 3-4 and more than 4 risk factors are into medium- and high-risk groups, respectively.

renal cell carcinoma
prognostic factors
adjusted survival rates
risk factors
risk groups

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