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Posted by: Concerned | 2003/02/21

Kidney Failure

I see one of your adverts saying " Kidney failure? U could be anaemic... Does it mean if u are anaemic you could also have kidney failure?

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Concerned, it means that if you have kidney failure, you might have anaemia. Fortunately it doesn’t work the other way around. Good luck.

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Posted by: anxious | 2003/02/21

No I don't think so. Don't panic! I think what it's merely saying is that patients who are kidney failure patients could possibly be anaemic, suggesting that their brand of medication could be helpful in treating their condition.

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