Recurrent Renal Cell Carcinoma is a type of kidney cancer that begins in the lining of the small tubes in the kidneys, but comes back after it has been removed. Making up more than 80% of kidney cancer cases, Renal Cell Carcinoma usually affects men between the ages of 50 to 70. The cause is still unknown, but the symptoms of Renal Cell Carcinoma include abdominal pain, back pain, and weight loss. Renal Cell Carcinoma is usually treated with surgery to remove all infected parts of the kidney and surrounding areas. The cancer can come back once it has been surgically removed and then it is considered at Recurrent Renal Cell Carcinoma. Once the cancer comes back, the outlook decreases.
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