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Kidney Dialysis is life saving. It’s also big business. Hospitals and purpose built centers depend its steady flow of repeat customers, backstopped by the government’s big fat wallet. Like lots of things these days, this cozy relationship is about to be disintermediated. Good news for people, bad news for the existing paradigm.  

Now, the results of an FDA-approved human trial of a wearable artificial kidney have just been published. The device is essentially a miniature version of the traditional, stationary hemodialysis machine, and it could one day change current methods of dialysis.Read more…

 

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