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Wilms' tumour

Wilms' tumour is a type of kidney cancer that most commonly affects young children. Find out about how it is diagnosed and treated, and resources and organisations that can help you to cope.

About Wilms' tumour

Around 80 children are diagnosed with a Wilms' tumour each year in the UK. Find out about the causes, types and symptoms of a Wilms' tumour.

Treating Wilms' tumour

The main treatments include surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Read about treatments and research into Wilms' tumour.

Last reviewed: 
27 Sep 2017

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