Wilms’ tumor: childhood kidney cancer

Listen now: http://www3.mdanderson.org/streams/AudioPlayer.cfm?mediaID=8164D178-A143-4864-8B90-55904613BE8B  Wilms’ tumor is a cancer that develops in the kidney and is the fifth most common cancer in children. Generally there are no symptoms and Wilms’ tumor is most likely discovered when a large mass is felt by a parent. Najat Daw, M.D., professor in Pediatrics at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses detection, treatment and research for Wilms’ tumor.