Low Cholesterol Elevates Mortality Risk in Patients with Kidney Cancer

June 12, 2014 5:46 PM

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Lower cholesterol is always better but in some rare cases, especially patients with kidney cancer, having low levels of cholesterol increases the risk of dying.

New research documented in BJU International reveals that low cholesterol increases kidney cancer patient's risk of dying. The study suggests that the health care specialists treating and monitoring patients with kidney cancer should consider cholesterol levels as a key factor.

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