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Keryx stock value dives after investors raise concerns about warning on new phosphate binder

The price of Keryx Biopharmaceuticals Inc.’s stock has dropped almost $4 a share since last week over what the company said was a misinterpretation by investors of a label indication to its new phosphate binder

Dialysis groups say CMS' delay of 5-star rating implementation not good enough

CMS' announcement that it would delay the implementation of its five-star rating system for dialysis facilities until January has drawn criticism from renal groups that had hoped CMS would work to re-design the rating system and accept more input from the community

NRAA asks FDA to consider allowing import of PD solutions, warns of hardships if shortage continues

The National Renal Administrators Association has asked the FDA to consider allowing peritoneal dialysis solutions to be imported from other countries to address Baxter Healthcare's shortage of the sterile solutions in the United States

Hospitalizations for heart failure increase kidney disease patients’ risk of kidney failure, premature death

Among patients with chronic kidney disease, the risks of developing kidney failure or dying prematurely increased markedly in a step-wise fashion after each successive hospitalization for heart failure

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Schreiber talks about moving home therapies forward at DaVita

Schreiber talks about moving home therapies forward at DaVita

Moving more patients into home therapies should be just part of a sequence of options when treating kidney disease long term, says the new head of home modalities at DaVita Kidney Care

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Preparing for the Wearable Artificial Kidney's first human clinical trial in the US

Preparing for the Wearable Artificial Kidney's first human clinical trial in the US

The Wearable Artificial Kidney, Invented by nephrologist Victor Gura, MD, FASN, from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, has been involved in laboratory and clinical testing since 2001 by medical clinicians, bio medical engineers, and other medical device researchers.

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