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My name is Brent, 56 year old, stage 4 RCC with mets to both adrenal glands and both lungs. IL-2 not effective. Lung mets are small and stable but adrenal glands continue to grow. About to start votrient. Any advice on votrient vs sutent. Also, anyone had their adenal glands removed. I am a veterinarian and understand what happens when both glands are removed, but that seems better to me than l…   Read more…

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