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Kidney Disease

Wait too long to talk about kidney disease
and you could be waiting for a kidney.

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If you have diabetes, high blood pressure or a family history of kidney failure, you're at high risk for developing kidney disease. There may be no early symptoms, so talk to your family about their medical history and to your doctor about getting tested. It could save your life. For a free brochure, call toll-free 1-866-4-KIDNEY (1-866-454-3639), or visit today.

You Have The Power To Prevent Kidney Disease

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The National Kidney Disease Education Program is an initiative of the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Summer 2006 Issue: Page 25