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Default Radio-frequency ablation effective in treating kidney tumors

(Topix) "Surgery should be the first option, since the long-term results of this procedure have not been substantiated"
Radio-frequency ablation has proved highly effective in treating kidney tumors, according to a new study. via Xinhua


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