Kidney Cancer Patient Stories

  • Paul Kobie

    Paul Kobie

    da Vinci® Robotic-Assisted Surgery

    Paul Kobie said he would like to vote for Dr. Rosalia Viterbo at "Doctor of the Year" - if there were such a contest. "I'd vote 500 times!" said Paul. And with good reason.

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  • William Krassan

    William Krassan

    da Vinci® Robotic-Assisted Partial Nephrectomy

    In October 2007, Bill Krassan was experiencing abdominal pain and discomfort. His family doctor suggested an abdominal CAT Scan. Bill and his wife, Sandy, were shocked by the results.

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  • Howard Kulp

    Howard Kulp

    Howard Kulp knows how to successfully navigate his way through life. In his younger days, Howard successfully operated a couple of IGA grocery stores. He later sold them and purchased bowling lanes. Once they were profitable, he sold them and moved on to the water business. Until he retired in 1997, Howard worked as an independent contractor selling bottled water. It seemed Howard knew how to manage the future.

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  • Matt Lofland

    Matthew Lofland

    Kidney Cancer, da Vinci® Robotic-Assisted Surgery

    At 43, Matt Lofland worked out regularly to stay fit and active.  So when he noticed some back pain on his left side, he didn’t think much of it. “I figured I just twisted my back when I was running,” he recalled. But the pain persisted, along with numbness down his left leg.

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  • Tom Malloy

    Thomas Malloy

    Kidney Cancer

    The way Margaret Malloy sees it, her husband Tom wouldn’t be alive if it weren’t for Alexander Kutikov, MD, an oncologic surgeon who specializes in treating patients with kidney cancer using minimally invasive techniques whenever possible.

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