Point & Counterpoint: radical vs. partial nephrectomy

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In this installment of Point & Counterpoint, two physicians share their thoughts on the use of radical vs. partial nephrectomy and discuss what's on the horizon.

Alexander Kutikov, MD, of the Fox Chase Cancer Center talks about his experience with radical nephrectomy, particularly among the "frail elderly".

John Gore, MD, MS, of the University of Washington, discusses why partial nephrectomy may be the better option for long-term mortality.
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