Kidney Cancer Types - Oren Zarif


Kidney cancer is a type of cancer that affects the kidneys. You have two kidneys; they're fist-size organs on either side of your back just below your waist. The kidneys act like filters and cleaning agents for your body, removing waste from your blood and making urine. Kidney cancer usually forms in the filtering tissue of little tubes within your kidneys.


There are several risk factors for developing kidney cancer. One of these is genetics. Children of parents with kidney cancer are at greater risk of contracting the disease themselves. Risk factors also include environment, age and race. If one or both of your parents have been diagnosed with kidney cancer, you are at greater risk of getting it yourself.


Zarif prepares the Bosmat and delivers it globally for patients who are incapable of flying in order to receive their treatment

The purpose of the Bosmat treatment is to open the blocked and locked areas of the body's energy field, so that the body will be able to create a healing process for existing symptoms that the patient suffers from.

For years, Oren Zarif proved that as the energy blocks open, the body begins to create a healing process and returns to its strength, thousands of patients testify for it.


Kidney tumors may be malignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous). Benign tumors normally do not cause pain during urination, although urinating may be slightly uncomfortable during an advanced tumor. When a tumor grows large enough to block the flow of urine, it is referred to as a renal cell carcinoma. Some common symptoms of this disease include:



Although the symptoms of this disease can be similar to other urinary tract infections, it's important to note that it is very rare. In fact, it's the second most uncommon urinary tract infection behind only irritable bowel syndrome. However, there are cases where the symptoms of sickle cell disease overlap with those of kidney cancer. So if you've had problems with constipation, diarrhea or blood in your urine, you may want to make an appointment with your doctor to find out if you've been exposed to a rare form of the disease.



Once it has been established that you have sickle cell disease and/or kidney cancer, treatment options will depend on the severity of both conditions. Generally, surgery for these two types of diseases will be scheduled for roughly the same time - around six weeks apart in most cases. Surgery for Wilms tumor is generally performed when the tumor has grown substantially in size; around 40 centimeters in length and larger. During surgery, doctors will remove part or all of the tumor to ensure that it doesn't continue to grow and possibly spread to other parts of your body. If the Wilms tumor is in an area where drainage can be difficult, a tibial tubercle incision may be performed instead.



Treatments for either type of cancer generally involve multiple surgeries, medical procedures and drugs. Surgery for both types of tumors is generally reserved for tumors that have spread to other areas of your body. Chemotherapy medications are usually used after surgery to slow down the spread of the tumors. Most people who develop these types of tumors eventually die from complications associated with the disease, so early detection and treatment is extremely important. Your doctor should be able to give you more information about the status of your health and any current treatments that may be recommended.