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NEW YORK – The seeds of a childhood kidney cancer can be present even in tissue that appears normal, a new sequencing analysis has found.

While kidney cancer in children is rare, the most common type is Wilms tumor, which mostly affects children under the age of five. Most cases of Wilms tumor can be cured through surgery to remove the afflicted kidney in combination with chemotherapy and possibly radiotherapy.

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