Chronic Kidney Disease is Just One of Many Diseases That Will Become More Prevalent Because of Climate Change
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Chronic Kidney Disease is Just One of Many Diseases That Will Become More Prevalent Because of Climate Change

According to a story from EurekAlert!, farm workers from across the world are experiencing increased rates of chronic kidney disease. The precise reason for the increased rates are unknown, but…

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Researchers Might Have Just Made a Breakthrough Discovery for Treating Rare Proteinopathies

It's common knowledge among researchers who study diseases called toxic proteinopathies that this group of disorders are the result of misfolded proteins that reside in cells. Certain proteins fail to…

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Researchers are Working to Repair a Small Step In a Pathway Involved in Neurodegenerative Diseases

It's common knowledge among researchers who study diseases called toxic proteinopathies, that this grou of disorders are the result of misfolded proteins that reside in cells. Certain proteins fail to…

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New Grant Could Help Physicians Provide “Anticipatory Health Care Instead of Responsive Sick Care”

The Mental Health Rare Genetic Disease Network (MHRGDN) is a newly launched system, developed by the National Institute of Mental Health. The MHRGDN spans 15 research sites across the country…

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Are People With Chronic Kidney Disease Being Excluded From Clinical Trials and Access to New Therapies?

Major European and international kidney associations have joined in an awareness campaign to stress the urgent need to include patients with chronic kidney disease in clinical trials. In a recent…

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Study Suggests Russian Healthcare Providers May Be Critically Uninformed About Fabry Disease
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Study Suggests Russian Healthcare Providers May Be Critically Uninformed About Fabry Disease

According to a publication from Fabry Disease News, Russian researchers recently screened over five-and-a-half thousand patients for Fabry disease while they continued with prescribed hemodialysis. The researchers' study, published in…

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Drug Shows Potential in Treating Hyperkalemia Associated With End-Stage Kidney Disease
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Drug Shows Potential in Treating Hyperkalemia Associated With End-Stage Kidney Disease

According to a story from BioPortfolio, the biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca recently announced the release of positive results from a phase 3b clinical trial. This trial was testing the safety and…

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First Patient Enrolled in Phase 3 Trial for Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease
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First Patient Enrolled in Phase 3 Trial for Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

Do you have ADPKD? If you or someone you know has ADPKD, email us at Contribute@patientworthy.com. We'd love to hear from you about your experience! According to a story from…

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The FDA is Reversing Course on Unapproved Products Sold by Stem Cell Manufacturers

  The FDA’s “untitled letter” to R3 Stem Cell (R3), based in Scottsdale Arizona, cautioned R3 that the product they are marketing is considered a drug. It must, therefore, be…

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Improvements in Treatment Access are Helping Indigenous Chronic Kidney Disease Patients, but More Changes are Needed
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Improvements in Treatment Access are Helping Indigenous Chronic Kidney Disease Patients, but More Changes are Needed

According to a story from abc.net.au, the local health services from northwest Queensland, Australia have recently been tasked with managing dialysis treatment centers in the region. This has improved access…

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Funding Goal Achieved for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Clinical Trial
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Funding Goal Achieved for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Clinical Trial

According to a story from Euroinvestor, the drug development company Resverlogix Corp. recently announced that it has received the necessary $2.9 million in funding for a Phase 2 clinical trial…

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Yet Another Study Shows the Dire Need for More Diversity in Medical Research

A recent study published in Cell has exhibited the scientific community's negligence for conducting research that includes an adequate representation of non-Europeans. Specifically, it showed that 78% of patients in genomic…

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Biotech Companies are Increasingly Focused on Deadly Diseases With Significant Unmet Need

According to a story from finanznachrichten.de, biotechnology companies are starting to set their sights on treating deadly diseases that are lacking effective treatment options, including some diseases that are considered…

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Study Shows Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis Patient Outcomes Vary Across Country Lines

What is Distal Renal Tubular Acidosis? Distal renal tubular acidosis (dRTA) is a rare condition which affects approximately 1 in every 100,000 people worldwide. It is caused by a build up…

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