My 77 year old father has been diagnosed with Renal Cancer, Transtional Cell cancer in his bladder along with the blood disorder MDS. He has diabetes, has a pace maker & defiblator, other than that he his a pretty strong man. His urologist had told us before his kidney biopsy that if it came back positive for RCC, that they would remove it and scrap his bladder, fill the bladder with chemo and go from there. We went back for the results (which were RCC) and he doesn't want to due the surgey. My dad is very confused. The onocologist told him if he chose surgery that he would find another to to it, but he wanted to give my dad quality of life. What are the risks if he would decide the surgery? The onocologist had mentioned 3 to 6 months after surgery? I know you can't tell us what to do, but we would appreciate another opinion.