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Shilpa Jesudason 🇦🇺 26m
introducing the framework for project for Data governance and best practice guidelines for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders care
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Sarah Green Jun 15
For those who don't see how socioeconomic status can impact on someone's ability to access ... Woke up today with symptoms of a urine infection. With my function + the fact that I don't feel early water infections, I needed to see GP today. My GP is shut. (1)
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MedStar Georgetown 2h
Join us LIVE on Facebook Monday, June 17 at 6 p.m. to learn more about using social media to spread the word about disease and , and to reach a wider audience about the need for living kidney donors.
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Jimmy T. AS ELVIS facebook.com/jimmytaselvis 9h
Looking for a new kidney. If anyone knows of anyone hit me up. O+blood type. 570-271-6214 if you like to donate. Just give them my name James Tighe and they will do the rest. If you have any questions please Paula @ 570-430-9466
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Dr G.A. Lee-Treweek Jun 10
I feel terrible with tonsillitis. Can't take painkillers with (so no lemsip, decongestants etc.) any suggestions 4 alternatives 2 deal with symptoms please?
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Bahaa Shaath, MD Jun 15
First meta-analysis.. relationship between uric acid and mortality
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M. A. Dennis 7h
My daughter just took my hoodie...on It could've been worse though: I know a fellow poet, whose daughter took his ...and his favorite blanket.
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AstraZeneca Jun 15
Patients with chronic disease can face serious complications as their disease progresses to later stages. We're working to find ways to manage the serious complications caused by .
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Steve Sisko 3h
The wife of a good friend and mentor of mine is dealing with another stone Solomon had it right! See ‘Acts 2:21’
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K'taka Health Dept Jun 15
disease can affect people at any stage of life. Some simple lifestyle habits can ensure that you have healthy kidneys.
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Colin Miner Jun 14
Monday, USPS located them, got them on track. Here on Friday, still no meds. Post office says somehow they ended up in Lebanon, OR. Person tells me they may get here tomorrow, maybe Monday. Person at the Post Office says, wow… 2/4
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Mahmut Akgul, MD Jun 11
Female, 70s. Kidney mass. Please share your thoughts. IHC and the Dx will be posted tomorrow.
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Robin 13h
An offbeat medical condition piqued my interest ..... glad to see she was able to get a diagnosis and fix for her pain.
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UW Medicine Newsroom Jun 11
Kidneys-on-a-chip have returned to Seattle from . and researchers will be analyzing data through the summer in hopes of learning more about disease and health:
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Chelle Cordero Jun 15
We need your help, please.
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Renal & Urology News Jun 7
PICCs may be overused in hospitalized CKD patients
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Renal & Urology News Jun 7
Rapid fluid removal tied to worse survival in ICU patients with AKI
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Bahaa Shaath, MD Jun 15
ESRD and Uric Acid: U-shaped association!
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NW Kidney Centers Jun 10
"I just hope it motivates others that are healthy, no matter what age, to donate. And hopefully somebody 85, 86, will donate. No big deal. It's a number." Frank Dewhurst, age 84, becomes the oldest living donor in the United States.
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H Figg. Jun 4
So yesterday's unexpected surprise was a kidney transplant for . Huge respect for all who donate at such a sad time for their family. Get well soon husband we miss you here!
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