Research Findings in IJKD, January 2009

January 2009
Iranian Journal of Kidney Diseases;Jan2009, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p58
Academic Journal
The article offers news world briefs related to health industry. To commemorate the celebration of the World Kidney Day on March 12, 2009, physicians involved in kidney diseases prepared various activities to highlight the importance of early diagnosis and treatment. In Iran, before doctors do a kidney transplant, they evaluate the donor's attitudes. Research conducted by Dr. Tavallaii and colleagues shows that after kidney transplantation, doctors should also maintain the transplanted kidneys.


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