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Could Translational Research Approach Lead to Kidney Disease Treatment?

The complexities of diabetes can’t be fully understood in a lab or in a clinic alone. Sometimes, information coming from the lab informs clinical researchers about what they should study in people with diabetes. Other times, trends noticed in patient … Continue reading

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Put Your Kidneys To The Test

The Joslin Clinical Guidelines for Adults with Diabetes recommend that everyone who has diabetes should get two tests at least once a year to measure the health of their kidneys. The risk of developing kidney disease is much higher for … Continue reading

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What You Should Know About Diabetes and Kidney Disease

The link between diabetes and kidney disease is very real. Between 30-40% of people with type 1 diabetes and 20-30% of people with type 2 diabetes develop kidney disease. Frequent changes in blood vessels can affect the function of the … Continue reading

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