Now, why didn’t I just googled for the information? There’s plenty!
From other internet sources:
Treatment for Polycystic Kidney Disease: This non-surgical approach allows surrounding healthy tissue to be preserved more effectively. With stem cell therapy being introduced into the treatment of kidney failure and renal diseases, the aim of the treatment is to greatly reduce and/or eliminate the need for dialysis.
Stem cells have the potential to better cure kidney damages and guard kidney tissues from being impaired. Stem cells therapy brings remarkable hope to several polycystic kidney disease patients who have used other forms of PKD treatment.
(Ginger has a single renal cyst whereas Tabs has polycystic kidney disease.)
It is possible for kidney cysts to be cancerous. However, it is rare for simple kidney cysts to be cancerous.
(This gives hope. Many websites also say that it is RARE for kidney cysts to be cancerous. Not impossible, but rare.)
There is really a wealth of information online! I’m going to read up.
Baby steps…do the liver X-Ray first. Then, we move on from there.