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January 22, 2009

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This is a very comprehensive study that is certainly worth pursuing further. Yes it doesn't really provide any information about the prevention of acute renal failure but it covers other crucial information like the lower survival rate. It's really awesome knowing that lots of people take extra time and effort to help preserve the beautiful life we live. :)

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