Key Discovery Could Lead to New Treatments for Kidney Failure


By Molly Clifton

New treatments for kidney failure could be on the horizon.

Researchers in Australia made a key discoverery about the role of white blood cells in kidney inflammation.

They believe their finding could lead to targeted treatments of about 20 percent of renal failure patients.


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