Chronic Kidney Disease and Kidney Failure
Publication Year: 2011
With the help of advanced research, kidney disease can be detected earlier by various testing procedures. An NIH education campaign informs patients and their doctors about the importance of early detection of kidney disease. This is especially true for diabetics, who are at greater risk for complications from kidney problems.
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