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  • External Research
    Mar 31, 2021
    Matthew G. Sampson, Caroline S. Fox
    In both clinical care and research, genetics and genomics are no longer solely in the domain of geneticists and basic science researchers. On the clinical side, there is expanding recognition of the utility of genetic testing in patients with kidney disease and an increased ability to order it. As such, the number of patients who...
  • Adolescents and young adults (AYAs) with CKD or end-stage kidney disease (ESKD) have unique medical, dental, psychosocial, neurocognitive, and academic needs and require close interdisciplinary collaboration to optimize their care. The etiology of CKD in AYAs is diverse compared to older adults. With their continuously improved survival, AYAs must start preparation for health-care transition (HCT)...
  • Renal Research Institute’s 23rd International Conference on Dialysis - Advances in Kidney Disease is rescheduled for April 20-23, 2021, but acknowledges the renal community has immediate access to the latest COVID-19 kidney care science and knowledge via online platforms. New York, March 18, 2021 – While the Renal Research Institute (RRI) has rescheduled its 23rd...



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