President's Column: Kidney Innovation Accelerator

01:13 EST 31 Jan 2018 | American Society of Nephrology

In 2010, around 500 million adults worldwide had chronic kidney disease1 and more than 2.6 million people required dialysis.2  In the United States, more than 40 million Americans have kidney disease, and 700,000 have kidney failure requiring dialysis or transplantation.  Currently 100,000 patients are on the transplant list and ...

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