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Do you agree that there would be no need for living donors at all if 90% of kidney failure could be avoided? The remaining 10,000 patients with kidney failure in the US could all be transplanted given that there are 13,000 or so cadaveric kidneys transplanted annually. (A method to reverse early-stage diabetic and hypertensive CKD was published in 2002. Diabetes and HTN cause 90% of end-stage kidney failure:
genomed.com/pdf/diabetes.techn...)