A “Quiet Revolution” in Nephrology: Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing the Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease – RAND – 2010

Posted on August 12, 2010. Filed under: Nephrology | Tags: |

A “Quiet Revolution” in Nephrology: Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing the Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease – RAND – 2010
 
By: Richard A. Rettig, Roberto B. Vargas, Keith C. Norris, Allen R. Nissenson
Pages: 4
Document Number: RB-9547-DREW

Shares results of a study examining changes in nephrology as it evolves from a focus on end-stage renal disease to the treatment of all stages of chronic kidney disease (CKD). Earlier stages of CKD progression can be slowed, halted, or even reversed.

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