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Diabetes, High Blood Pressure & Kidney Disease

What You Need to Know!

Session Dates
Jan 28, 2009  |  7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Event Type: General
Community Education & Outreach at 731 Alexander Road
731 Alexander Road
Suite 103

Are you at risk for kidney disease?

Uncontrolled blood pressure and diabetes are the two most common causes of kidney failure in the United States. Millions of Americans have impaired kidney function, but do not need dialysis -- yet. Learn more about how high blood sugar and high blood pressure affect kidney function and ways you can help protect your kidneys. Proper care can help reduce the progression of kidney disease.

This lecture will be presented by Aparna Sahoo, DO, board certified nephrologist and member of the Medical Staff of Princeton HealthCare System.

Cost: Free
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