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PERL study: Reducing uric acid levels does not benefit type 1 diabetes patients with kidney disease

02:03 EST 10 Nov 2019 | News-Medical.net

Diabetic kidney disease remains one of the most intractable complications of diabetes. Progress has been made using glycemic and blood pressure control, but the search continues for improved treatments for the estimated one in four adults with diabetes who has some level of nephropathy and continues at risk for eventual kidney failure.

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