Professor Vigen Malkhasyan warned that kidney cancer in the first stages develops with virtually no symptoms. With information about this he shared in a conversation with Gazeta.Ru.
The specialist explained that smokers, people suffering from obesity, hypertension, and diabetes are susceptible to kidney cancer. This disease can also be hereditary. The doctor added that kidney cancer is diagnosed twice as often in men.
“In such patients, the disease manifests itself at a much younger age; if the average age of detection of kidney cancer is 64 years, then with a hereditary form this figure is 37 years,” Malkhasyan said.
Dr. Olga Poltoratskaya said that with the onset of 30 years, age-related changes begin in the internal systems of the body. More details read the material Public News Service.
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