INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY International Society of Nephrology

April 2004
Kidney International;Apr2004, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p1533
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the International society of Nephrology (ISN). The ISN provides an international forum for the exchange of knowledge, best clinical practice and research. ISN was founded in 1960, it has made major contributions to the worldwide advancement of education, science and patient care in nephrology. ISN's more than 7000 members include researchers and clinicians from over 100 countries invloved in basic, translational and applied science. ISN is focused on designing programs that aim to understand and diagnose kidney disease and provide suitable treatment to prevent the disease.


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