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March 06, 2010


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Data show that diabetics on dialysis, who make up about 40% of the ESRD population, survive three times longer with a renal transplant than on dialysis. The important differences between the diabetic and nom-diabetic ESRD groups have to be taken into account in any comparison of short daily dialysis with cadaver transplant outcomes.

Bill Peckham

Kjellstrand compared apples to apples. Tx to SDHD

Your comparing Tx to conventional dialysis

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