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Have kidney carcinoma, spread to bladder, penis and testis. What to do now?

hello dr. I am looking for best oncologist . I have a que. my ucle is suffering from carcinoma .1 st he had carcinoma at kidney , rt kidney was removed. than after 9months its appear at bleddar, so did cystoscopy . it is repeatedly done after 3 months. now carcinoma appera at penis and testis lesaon.. so now what to do?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
I am sorry to hear about your uncle. We need a few more details before we can give you the options.
We need to know the type of the original cancer (as per the biopsy report) and the exact areas of involvement now (as per CT/MRI scans). If any biopsy has now been done then that is also required.
Various chemo and targeted therapies are now available which may be tried but long term outlook appears to be poor.

Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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