Higher Income Neighborhoods May Bolster Dialysis Patient Survival

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New data suggest that residence in neighborhoods with higher average household incomes is linked to improved survival in kidney failure patients. John Schieszer reports in today's Medical Minute that there is a real concern about reduced access to nutritional foods and quality dialysis physicians and facilities for some dialysis patients.

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