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Addressing Frailty in the ESKD Population through Professionally Guided In-Center Exercise Programs

  • 1 Dyer Diskin, MD, is a nephrology fellow at Stanford University, and Graham Abra, MD, is medical director, WellBound San Jose, clinical assistant professor, Stanford University, and director, Medical Clinical Affairs, Satellite Healthcare. Wael Hussein, MBBS, MSc, MRCPI, is director, Clinical Research, and Brigitte Schiller, MD, FASN, is chief medical officer, Satellite Healthcare.
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