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    An Introduction to Renal Cancer

    The treatment landscape for renal cell carcinoma (RCC) has been transformed in recent years. Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) are becoming the first-line treatment for metastatic disease; and combined administrations of two ICIs or one tyrosine kinase inhibitor plus one ICI have greatly improved survival of clear cell RCC, the most common RCC subtype. Improved understanding of RCC pathology, the microenvironment and the immune system is likely to contribute to the development of new treatment.

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