Race-based equations inaccurately estimate the kidney function of Black patients and may delay their kidney transplant eligibility, say Leila Zelnick, PhD and colleagues.
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Dr. Ann O'Hare, Scientific American.
Treatments that reduce suffering and incorporate patient values aren’t common in kidney disease care. That’s changing.
Scientists are developing new ways of evaluating kidney health that don’t make potentially harmful assumptions based on the patient’s race.
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UW’s Dr. Kate Butler explains what doctors need to better support each other and their patients when resources are scarce.
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JCEM’s featured article of the week by Dr. Simon Hsu, first author.
Catherine Butler, MD talks to NPR
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