Rare Cancers with Drs. B. Kuvshinoff, R. Iyer & T. Schwaab, and M. Dunbar-Daluisio

Sunday, August 28, 2011

A cancer type is considered rare if it affects fewer than 15 people per 100,000 annually in the U.S., translating to under 40,000 new cases each year. Discussing these complex and often difficult-to-diagnose cancers are Drs. Boris Kuvshinoff and Renuka Iyer, from RPCI's Liver and Pancreatic Tumor Center, and Dr. Thomas Schwaab from the Kidney Cancer Center at RPCI. They're joined by cancer survivor Mary Dunbar-Daluisio.