UPDATE - Artificial Implantable Kidney Team Makes Major Announcement: CKD Community Efforts Begin To Pay Off



UPDATE: The expected date for the Artificial Implantable Kidney Human Trials is rapidly approaching. The Research Team wrote, "As all of you are, we are incredibly eager to get this device to Clinical Trials by the end of 2017, and we are truly grateful for your support along the way." Thousands of patients have corresponded with KidneyBuzz.com and requested how they may be considered to be selected as a candidate for the upcoming Human Trials. Well, it has never been easier. 

The Research Team at the University of California San Francisco has created a database which patients can sign up if they are interested in potentially participating in the Artificial Implantable Kidney clinical trials. Please submit the requested information below and await a link on this page to the confidential Artificial Implantable Kidney Database.  

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The Artificial Implantable Kidney Team mentioned, "Please note that while we can’t guarantee anyone’s participation since this is not an official “wait-list”, we can guarantee that we will contact everyone in our database when we draw nearer to clinical trials." Are you as excited as we are? Let's continue to spread the word by sharing this hopeful news with other patients! Like and share this article and let your friends at Dialysis know how to sign up to be considered for the Artificial Implantable Kidney Human Trials. KidneyBuzz.com will continue to keep you up to date every step of the way.  Click here to like the KidneyBuzz.com Facebook Page (47,000+ friends) for the latest Breaking News and follow the nearly 120,000 monthly visitors to KidneyBuzz.com for your Number One (#1) source of Daily News, Information, Impact Meals, Inspirational Quotes, and tailored Products and Services which teach Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, Kidney Transplant, Diabetes and High Blood Pressure patients how to better manage and improve their lives.

ORIGINAL: Most Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis patients are anxiously awaiting the Artificial Implantable Kidney to become available. When KidneyBuzz.com asked for patients to stand in solidarity and notify congress that the Artificial Implantable Kidney needed additional funding, we received thousands of signatures. Similarly, when KidneyBuzz.com requested that members of the Chronic Kidney Disease Community step forward and make a donation to the Artificial Implantable Kidney, thousands of patients read and proceeded to donate and/or spread the word. Your hard work is paying off. Recently, the University of California, San Francisco - developers of the Artificial Implantable Kidney - made a major leap forward by receiving a six (6) million dollar grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB).

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The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering is directly linked with the National Institutes of Health which is a branch of the United States Department of Health and Human Services. B. Joseph Guglielmo (PharmD, dean of the UCSF School of Pharmacy) said, "The grant from NIBIB is a striking affirmation of the promise associated with this device, as well as National Institutes of Health's confidence in the ultimate success of The Kidney Project."

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Researchers associated with the Artificial Implantable Kidney have remained very clear with their ultimate goal: Make the Implantable Artificial Kidney available to patients. Since funding was one of the largest obstacles to achieving the clear objective, this six (6) million dollar boost may greatly assist bringing the product to market. 

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Moreover, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sees a lot of potential in the Artificial Implantable Kidney and in September included the device into the FDA’s new "Expedited Access Pathway" program to speed development, evaluation, and review the artificial kidney. “The new program brings FDA reviewers, scientists, and leadership together with our team to define a roadmap to regulatory approval and product launch,” said Lead Researcher, Dr. Shuvo Roy.  

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Surprisingly, KidneyBuzz.com still receives emails and Social Media comments stating: "Is this real?" As well as, "This Artificial Implantable Kidney will never be available." Well, these new developments showing steady progress and success should put all doubt to rest. The Artificial Implantable Kidney is in the process of evaluation and launch and it stands to help over 600,000 Chronic Kidney Disease patients who are currently suffering Kidney Failure. What exciting news! Wouldn't you agree? For questions about the artificial implantable Kidney, click here.

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Your continued and persistent efforts are being met with success. This six (6) million dollar grant, along with grassroots fundraising and small donations are helping to propel the Artificial Implantable Kidney forward. Keep your spirits up and continue your outstanding work. Like and share this article with others so they too can see the progress of the Artificial Implantable Kidney. 

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If you wish to get the latest breaking news about the Artificial Implantable Kidney as the expected Human Trial date nears, sign up below. Also, join the rapidly growing 30,800+ Facebook Friends who are talking about the Artificial Implantable Kidney Human Trials along with other major breaking news and information  by Liking KidneyBuzz.com on Facebook. Also, follow our over 115,000 monthly viewers and visit KidneyBuzz.com every day for the most up to date news and information which teaches Chronic Kidney Disease, Dialysis, Diabetic, and High Blood Pressure patients how to better manage and improve their lives. 

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