Study: Cases of end-stage kidney disease among diabetics slipping

12/30/2009 | HealthDay News

The incidence of end-stage kidney disease among diabetics in the U.S. has been dropping at a rate of 3.9% annually since 1996, according to a study by the CDC. The downward trend could be attributed to the early detection and treatment of kidney disease as well as the availability of more effective medications to control the diabetes and high blood pressure, the study author said.

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