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October 31, 2013

ASN 2013: The Global Kidney Care Community Meets in Atlanta

The American Society of Nephrology’s (ASN’s) Kidney Week, the world’s premier nephrology conference, is upon us again. This year more than 13,000 kidney professionals from across the globe will descend on Atlanta, Ga., for a week of sharing knowledge, learning the latest scientific and medical advances and engaging in provocative discussions that will help usher in a better tomorrow in kidney care.

ASN Kidney Week 2013ASN is changing the focus of Kidney Week in 2013 to innovation and individualization. In a preview video, ASN executive director Tod Ibrahim spoke with ASN president Bruce Molitoris, MD, FASN, about what’s new. After watching it, I am excited to know that attendees will be gaining more real-world information to carry home and use directly for patient care. Additionally, attendees will enjoy expanded early programs, more basic science sessions and a new and enhanced Kidney Week 2013 app. Read more…

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