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November 8, 2021/Nephrology

Research Grants Aim To Improve and Personalize Kidney Care

Two NIH-funded multicenter research efforts are addressing unmet clinical needs

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September 7, 2021/Transplant

Early Successes in Kidney Transplantation From Deceased Donors With COVID-19

Infectious disease and kidney transplant specialists share key insights

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September 2, 2021/Transplant

Many High-Priority Patients Not Placed on Kidney Transplant Waitlist

Demographic and social factors found to influence preemptive listing

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March 26, 2021/Transplant

Access to Kidney Transplantation Unchanged Over 20 Years

New interventions and policies haven’t increased wait-listing

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Kidney Transplants: Focus on Continuity of Care Improves Outcomes and Experience

Cleveland Clinic program sees record patient volume growth

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December 21, 2017/Research

Seeking Answers to the Big Questions in Renal Disease

Revitalized research program gets infusions of staff and dollars

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March 19, 2015/Research

Improving the Health of Living Kidney Donors

Weight loss drives reduction in metabolic syndrome indicators

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