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New findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association show an eGFR equation that excludes race as a coefficient and includes creatine and cystatin C measurements could demonstrate racial differences in the risk of kidney failure requiring dialysis.
Many people who are immunocompromised will not fully develop the appropriate antibodies after COVID-19 vaccination, but there is hope in the form of an alternative treatment.
Eric Wallace, M.D., was recently selected as the 2021 Community Star of Alabama for his vast efforts in telehealth and innovation across the state of Alabama.
Record $95 million Heersink lead gift to advance strategic growth and biomedical innovation.
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As president, Pollock leads a new slate of officers of the American Physiological Society for 2021.
Alabama and the Southeast have high rates of kidney disease, especially in minority populations. On World Kidney Day, physicians have a chance to shine a light on this troublesome disease.
Doctors at UAB are now able to safely transplant organs from hepatitis C-positive donors into uninfected recipients and then treat the patients with antiviral therapy.
Ashita Tolwani, a nephrologist at UAB, explains how COVID-19 is impacting patients and putting a strain on the availability of dialysis supplies.
The gift will fund future research, help recruit and retain top scientists, and create an endowed professorship.
Agarwal will lead an organization of more than 20,000 health professionals from 131 countries dedicated to leading the fight against kidney diseases.
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