"Off-the-shelf" artificial blood vessels may reduce dialysis complications
"Off-the-shelf" blood vessels could one day reduce some complications of dialysis treatment, according to preliminary research presented at the American Heart Association's Emerging Science Series Webinar .
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#1 May 12, 2013
This is encouraging news to dialysis patients, especially those who have been using it for years. Let's keep on hoping that scientists eventually find another alternative to dialysis or kidney transplant, that may give patients better chances of survival. More stories about kidney disease patients on dialysis may also be found at http://www.dialysisinjuryhelpline.com/
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