Causes of kidney cancer is divided into inherited and acquired types.
The causes of kidney cancer includes inherited and acquired kidney cancer. In the inherited cancer type, the tumor suppressor genes are passed on from one generation to the another. In case of the acquired kidney cancer type, the DNA mutation or changes in the DNA occurs during the lifetime of the respective individual.
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There are 4 stages of Kidney Cancer ranging from Stage I to Stage IV. In Stage I, the tumor is smallest in size and in Stage IV, the kidney cancer spreads to the other parts of the body including bones, lungs and brain.