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Chronic kidney disease patients with kidney function less than 60% have now been added in the list of criteria for defining people at highest risk for future heart attacks.
In a large cohort Canadian study published in The Lancet led by Dr Marcello Tonelli at University of Alberta, patients with only chronic kidney disease had a significantly higher rate of heart attacks than those who only had diabetes. Those who had already had a heart attack had the highest overall rate of heart att
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