Sophie Louise Steel of Belmont Avenue, Stockton, was born on February 25 with infantile Polycystic Kidney Disease - an inherited disease which causes multiple large cysts on the kidneys.
What does IPKD stand for?
IPKD stands for Infantile Polycystic Kidney Disease
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The cold, hard facts are that most kids with infantile polycystic kidney disease don't survive childbirth, so in that sense, Nico has been lucky.
co-investigator on the study, commented, "Results of our preliminary tests in a mouse model of human infantile polycystic kidney disease showed that AVI's NeuGenes significantly reduced the number and size of the cysts and improved kidney function without adverse effects on body growth or blood formation.