Breakthroughs in fighting kidney cancer earned this doctor a SAMMIES nomination

Efforts in the challenging fight against kidney cancer made this doctor a Service to America Medals Program finalist.

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Kidney cancer is among the most deadly and hard-to-fight forms of cancer. But breakthroughs have been occurring and lives saved thanks to the work of Dr. Marston Linehan. He’s chief of the urologic oncology branch of the National Cancer Institute and a finalist in this year’s Service to America Medals Program. He joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss his efforts.

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