Fresenius Medical Care Sees U.S. Plans for Kidney Disease as Positive
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“The TV show was great, but I made sure they didn’t sign off before I could get in a good word about how great they are at my clinic,” he said.
“I know all the people on Chris Brown’s team,” DiSalvo said in reference to the East Louisville Clinical Manager. “They’re all so positive and they keep me motivated and lighthearted.”
As we recognize American Heart Month in February, it’s important to understand the close link between the kidneys and the heart. A growing body of research has documented the way kidney disease can trigger or worsen heart disease and how heart disease can destroy the kidneys. Learn more about the relationship in “A Cardiorenal Approach: The Close Link Between Kidney Disease and Heart Disease.”