It's estimated that among people aged 65 through 74 worldwide, one in five men and one in four women will have chronic kidney disease (CKD). In the United States, kidney disease is the ninth leading cause of death and affects 31 million people.
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Approximately 14% of the general population are diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, longstanding disease of the kidneys, leading to renal failure.
Treatment for chronic kidney disease depends on severity. In early stages, medication will suffice, while later stages of the disease may require filtering of the blood with a machine or a transplant.
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