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American Society of Nephrology Leads Efforts to Advance Equitable Distribution of Covid-19 Vaccines to Dialysis Patients

Newswise — Washington, DC (February 25, 2021) —The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) is spearheading efforts to secure direct federal allocation of COVID-19 vaccines to dialysis patients and frontline dialysis workers. This allocation would improve access for a vulnerable patient population, more than half of whom are Black, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, and Native Hawaiian […]

March is National Kidney Month

In celebration and recognition of National Kidney Month, we’re devoting this period to sharing stories, research news, and educational opportunities specifically for communities of color and other diverse and underrepresented groups who are affected by rare, protein-spilling kidney diseases. Our focus now and always is on keeping kidneys healthy for all the members of our […]

NephCure Breaks Down Travere’s Interim FSGS DUPLEX Results

NephCure’s Nurse Kristen Hood and Kylie Winkler discuss Travere’s Therapeutics achievement of interim proteinuria endpoint in the ongoing Phase 3 DUPLEX study of Sparsentan in Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS). Learn more about the trial currently underway, why this is such a crucial step for patients with rare kidney diseases, and what potential treatments this could […]

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