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View Poll Results: the treatment of anemia in renal failure has been shown to do what?
reduce the frequency of heart failure 0 0%
result in partial regression of left ventricular hypertrophy 0 0%
reduce hospitalizations 0 0%
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Old August 31st, 2002, 11:45
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the treatment of anemia in renal failure has been shown to do what?

treating anemia in chronic renal failure is important and accomplishes many health benefits.

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