Knowing your glomerular filtration rate can help you better manage or slow down the progression of kidney disease.
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Our patient, who recently returned from Crete and was dialyzed at your center, was very happy with the whole organization and the care and treatment they have received. Thank you for that and wish you a nice day
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The kidneys are the body’s natural “filter” seeing as they help remove toxins and excess water from our blood.
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