RCC Treatment Strategies in a Favorable-Risk Patient
A Whole New World of RCC: Are You Ready?
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• Discuss the major clinical trials that support the use of TKIs and immunotherapy for ccRCC
• Explain considerations for selecting a first-line treatment regimen for a patient with ccRCC, including biomarkers, adverse events, and medical comorbidities
• Apply clinical trial evidence and available recommendations to formulate tailored treatment regimens for advanced RCC
• Describe techniques and strategies for establishing shared decision-making in the selection of treatment for RCC
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