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The setting up of the centre is part of efforts to reinforce hospital offer for people with chronic kidney failure in the prefecture of the Casablanca-Anfa districts, to bring medical care closer to citizens and to ensure care for patients who are on the waiting list in Casablanca.
The Company's lead products are intended to significantly improve toxin removal in disease states such as chronic kidney failure and severe sepsis.
Scientists know that people with apoE-II, the least common form, have a heightened risk of chronic kidney failure.
More importantly, dialysis, as currently practiced, is ultimately only a stopgap, and except for the fortunate few persons who qualify for renal transplant, persons suffering from chronic kidney failure in the U.
Today, the 34-year-old Palmdale resident is donating one of his kidneys to his older brother Deren Finks, who is suffering from chronic kidney failure.
Fresenius Medical Care is the world's largest integrated provider of products and services for individuals undergoing dialysis because of chronic kidney failure, a condition that affects more than 1,400,000 individuals worldwide.
About 200,000 suffer chronic kidney failure and need an artificial kidney machine to live.
Avner predicts that 5 to 10 percent of the Seattle-area patients will suffer chronic kidney failure, 30 to 40 percent will have milder symptoms, and the others should fare well.