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Kidney Failure in COVID Survivors

More things to look out for in COVID long-haulers

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New findings indicate that individuals who survive COVID-19 infections, even mild ones, have a significantly elevated risk of developing severe kidney disease.

The study, led by Ziyad Al-Aly from the Washington University in St. Louis, saw researchers take a deep dive into the health…




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