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Higher protein intake linked to more rapid kidney function decline after myocardial infarction

January 24, 2020
In the Journals

Structural features of living donor kidneys may predict graft failure in recipients

January 24, 2020
Subclinical structural features of donated kidneys — identified through biopsy — appeared to contribute to graft failure in the recipient, according recently…
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Trump’s claim to have ‘saved’ preexisting conditions clashes with record

January 24, 2020
Earlier this month, health care policy suddenly managed to steal some headlines away from impeachment and the ongoing horserace of the 2020 Democratic presidential…
In the Journals

Initial biopsy of deceased donor kidneys not reliable for predicting post-transplant outcomes

January 23, 2020
Initial biopsies of deceased donor kidneys, also known as procurement biopsies, often provided information that was neither reproducible nor associated with allograft…
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CME

One Size Does Not Fit All: Opportunities for Improving Heart Failure Outcomes in Special Populations

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Supported by an educational grant from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation.

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Screening Patients Who Speak Spanish for Low Health Literacy

HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice, Spring 2019, Volume 3 Issue 2
Inadequate health literacy is a national health problem that affects about 90 million people from all racial and ethnic…
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CME

Ace the Case: A 68-Year-Old Woman Presents to the Emergency Department With Generalized Weakness

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American Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting

American Society of Nephrology Annual Meeting