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Prevalence of occult HBV in hemodialysis patients is 4 to 5 times higher than standard HBsAg testing would suggest

Prevalence of occult HBV in hemodialysis patients is 4 to 5 times higher than standard HBsAg testing would suggest

The first test in humans of a bioartificial kidney

The first test in humans of a bioartificial kidney

Do cholesterol-reducing drugs decrease the risk of heart attacks and strokes in diabetics?

Do cholesterol-reducing drugs decrease the risk of heart attacks and strokes in diabetics?

Although age isn’t considered when matching kidney donors with their recipients, it should be

Although age isn’t considered when matching kidney donors with their recipients, it should be

First ever study in hemodialysis patients to show stable hemoglobin levels

First ever study in hemodialysis patients to show stable hemoglobin levels

New data supporting the use of Renagel in patients who are new to hemodialysis

New data supporting the use of Renagel in patients who are new to hemodialysis

One in four deaths among women with heart failure can be attributed to kidney problems

One in four deaths among women with heart failure can be attributed to kidney problems

Studies confirm that chronic kidney disease independently increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Studies confirm that chronic kidney disease independently increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Salt Association hits back at “Sid the Slug” campaign

Salt Association hits back at “Sid the Slug” campaign

Cancer drug effective at treating lupus

Cancer drug effective at treating lupus

A new non-invasive test for kidney disease

A new non-invasive test for kidney disease

Judge rules in favor of Hema Metrics in patent infringement case

Judge rules in favor of Hema Metrics in patent infringement case

Renal research boost for the University of Birmingham

Renal research boost for the University of Birmingham

Delphi expands medical footprint

Delphi expands medical footprint

Over half of older adults hospitalized for heart disease also have reduced kidney function

Over half of older adults hospitalized for heart disease also have reduced kidney function

African Americans more at risk of kidney disease

African Americans more at risk of kidney disease

England has witnessed the fastest growth in obesity in Europe

England has witnessed the fastest growth in obesity in Europe

UK House of Commons Health Committee publishes its long-awaited Report on obesity

UK House of Commons Health Committee publishes its long-awaited Report on obesity

Minority women are disproportionately impacted by the autoimmune disease lupus

Minority women are disproportionately impacted by the autoimmune disease lupus

CMS announces 2005 Medicare Advantage payment rates

CMS announces 2005 Medicare Advantage payment rates

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