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More than 590,000 Americans in 2010 were treated for kidney failure.
Kidney failure affects 25 million individuals in the U.S. and many more throughout the world.
15% to 25% of dialysis patients die annually.
Salt is a necessity for life, yet too much of it can have detrimental effects, such as hypertension or kidney failure in humans. New research from a team of American biochemists has discovered how mammals’ tongues are equipped to guard against ingesting high concentrations of salt.
Missouri native in desperate need of a kidney transplant during this holiday season. Donations are welcome to help alleviate medical expenses. ST.
Nearly 17,000 kidney transplants take place each year in the United States.
Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have demonstrated in the laboratory that a new drug is effective in treating a very common kidney disease –– although it will be a few years before it becomes available for clinical testing.
According to court documents, on June 1st, 2012, Danielle Woolens filed a lawsuit in the Louisiana Eastern District Court (case no.
University of Cincinnati researchers have discovered a new genetic target for diuretic therapy in patients with fluid overload, such as those with congestive heart failure, liver cirrhosis or kidney failure.
A kidney transplant is the best treatment for kidney failure, which afflicts 2 million people worldwide.
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