What You Can Do to Help Prevent Progression of Kidney Disease in Type 2 Diabetes
- What chronic kidney disease (CKD) is
- How T2D can cause CKD
- How kidney disease is recognized
- Treatment of kidney disease with T2D
- Ways to help prevent the progression of kidney disease
- Questions to ask your doctor
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