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Blocking brain signals detected in the kidney could help unlock future treatments for kidney failure, heart disease, and stroke

Scientists have discovered an important cell signalling pathway in the kidney which if stopped, could hold the key to treating chronic kidney disease as well as other deadly conditions, including heart attack and stroke.

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Robotic transplants safe for kidney disease patients with obesity

among patients with obesity, robotic kidney transplants produce survival outcomes comparable to those seen among nonobese…

USC stem cell scientists reveal key differences in male, female kidney

A new database that houses data on kidney cells will help researchers better understand how the…

Study reaches multidisciplinary consensus on imaging for kidney stones

Each year, over 2 million people visit U.S. emergency departments for suspected renal colic, which typically…

Scientists reveal how a faulty gene leads to kidney disease

New insights into why a faulty gene involved in a devastating form of a kidney condition…

UTI discovery may lead to new treatments

Sufferers of recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs) could expect more effective treatments thanks to University of…

Revolutionizing kidney transplantation

Research team at St. Michael’s developing first-in-the-world technique to assess damage in transplant kidneys

Autonomous diaper sensor better detects urinary tract infection

Urinary tract infections are the second most common type of infection in children, with ear infections taking first…

Miller School Researchers Find Potential New Strategy for Diabetic Kidney Disease

A research team at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has found a potential…

New strategy for untreatable kidney disease: targeting cell energy

The best hope for people with an inherited form of kidney disease that causes kidney failure…

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