Prevention of kidney cancer incidence and recurrence: lifestyle, medication and nutrition

@article{Tahbaz2018PreventionOK,
  title={Prevention of kidney cancer incidence and recurrence: lifestyle, medication and nutrition},
  author={Rana Tahbaz and Marianne Schmid and Axel S Merseburger},
  journal={Current Opinion in Urology},
  year={2018},
  volume={28},
  pages={62–79}
}
Purpose of review The incidence of kidney cancer rises globally with the highest rates in developed countries. This demonstrates the impact of advanced diagnostic imaging but also rising prevalence of modifiable risk factors such as smoking, obesity and hypertension. A literature search was performed with focus on recent studies on risk factors related to lifestyle, medication and nutrition. Further we searched for the effect of cancer prevention strategies. Recent findings Overall, we included… 
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