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Christine King

The burden of renal disease is continuing to increase not only in the U.S. population but worldwide, as comorbidity factors such as obesity and diabetes become more prevalent (1). This year, the CDC estimates that more than 10 percent of adults in the United States, approximately 20 million people, may have chronic kidney disease (CKD) in varying degrees of severity, with many people being unaware that they either have CKD or are at increased risk of developing it (2).

The prevalence of CKD, now and in the future, truly represents a public health challenge. The area