Cryoablation is a minimally invasive procedure used to destroy cancer cells and abnormal tissue using extremely cold temperatures. The device used in the process can precisely target cancer cells, leaving healthy cells intact. An alternative to open surgery, patients who undergo cryoablation can often go home the next day and cancerous tumors are typically removed in one to two sessions.

A new article in Medical News Today highlights its use in treatment kidney cancer. What is its effectiveness rate? Are you a candidate for this treatment? What are the side effects? Read the entire article here: How Can Cryoablation Treat Kidney Cancer?

Freezing Cancer Cells With New Technique Proves Promising

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