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Incidence of end-stage renal disease is lower than previously estimated

Incidence of end-stage renal disease is lower than previously estimated

Rates for new cases of kidney failure have stabilized

Rates for new cases of kidney failure have stabilized

Kidney paired donation transplantation has graft survival rates equivalent to compatible live donor transplants

Kidney paired donation transplantation has graft survival rates equivalent to compatible live donor transplants

Study paves the way for new therapeutic targets which can potentially improve heart disease in patients with end-stage kidney failure

Study paves the way for new therapeutic targets which can potentially improve heart disease in patients with end-stage kidney failure

Longer hospital stays do not mean better care

Longer hospital stays do not mean better care

New way to create a permanent chemical bond between antibiotics and titanium

New way to create a permanent chemical bond between antibiotics and titanium

Possibility of a continuously functioning, wearable or implantable artificial kidney

Possibility of a continuously functioning, wearable or implantable artificial kidney

Reasons for complications with kidney failure patients

Reasons for complications with kidney failure patients

Global prevalence of kidney failure among critically ill patients

Global prevalence of kidney failure among critically ill patients

Open nephron-sparing surgery remains the most desirable for the patients

Open nephron-sparing surgery remains the most desirable for the patients

Medicare at 40: Past Accomplishments and Future Challenges

Medicare at 40: Past Accomplishments and Future Challenges

Study finds risk of death increases with peritoneal dialysis over hemodialysis

Study finds risk of death increases with peritoneal dialysis over hemodialysis

GenoMed submits 50th provisional patent application

GenoMed submits 50th provisional patent application

ACE inhibitors should be available at no cost to the 8 million Americans over age 65 who have diabetes

ACE inhibitors should be available at no cost to the 8 million Americans over age 65 who have diabetes

If global efforts to prevent HIV/AIDS are to work long term, they must avoid suspicions of being unfair

If global efforts to prevent HIV/AIDS are to work long term, they must avoid suspicions of being unfair

Two common gene variations are associated with the risk for developing chronic kidney disease

Two common gene variations are associated with the risk for developing chronic kidney disease

GenoMed to be awarded new patent, for treating acute kidney failure without dialysis

GenoMed to be awarded new patent, for treating acute kidney failure without dialysis

La Jolla Pharmaceutical provides update on Riquent

La Jolla Pharmaceutical provides update on Riquent

A small kidney stone should not preclude people from being donors

A small kidney stone should not preclude people from being donors

Researchers test vaccine to prevent dangerous Staphylococcal infections

Researchers test vaccine to prevent dangerous Staphylococcal infections