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Is it possible for the cancer to spread beyond kidneys?
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Dr. Morton Levitt
Pathology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Kidney Cancer
If you are referring to primary kidney cancer, depending on the size of the tumor and whether it has penetrated a blood vessel, or lymph node, it is possible to spread to adjacent tissues or more distant sites, such as the liver and lungs.
Even if it does, as a stage iii or IV tumor, in addition to your surgery, there are chemotherapy, radiation, biological and targeted therapies available.

In brief: Kidney Cancer
If you are referring to primary kidney cancer, depending on the size of the tumor and whether it has penetrated a blood vessel, or lymph node, it is possible to spread to adjacent tissues or more distant sites, such as the liver and lungs.
Even if it does, as a stage iii or IV tumor, in addition to your surgery, there are chemotherapy, radiation, biological and targeted therapies available.
Dr. Morton Levitt
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Dr. Stephen Noga
Internal Medicine - Oncology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Unfortunately, renal cancer can spread beyond the kidney, in which case it is called metastatic.

In brief: Yes
Unfortunately, renal cancer can spread beyond the kidney, in which case it is called metastatic.
Dr. Stephen Noga
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