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Researchers at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and College of Engineering have announced revolutionizing regenerative medicine. They have suggested that their breakthrough technology, Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), can be used to repair injured tissue, including organs such as kidneys, blood vessels, and nerve cells. While this alone is promising news for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and Dialysis patients - what's even more exciting is the fact that FDA Human Trials are anticipated next year. Complete the following short-form if you would like to sign up to get more information on Human Trials and consideration:

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Ohio State University lead researcher,  Chandan Sen, suggested that "Researchers plan to start clinical trials next year to test this technology in humans." While official dates for testing and criteria have not yet be released, KidneyBuzz.com will be outreaching and establish channels to provide the Chronic Kidney Disease Community and patients like you with the latest breaking news and information on developments and Human Trials.

If successful, this breakthrough finding offers many Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis patients a major leap and a very promising treatment option. For instance, while the Artificial Implantable Kidney (Human Trials beginning in 2018) will provide patients with 20% to 30% kidney function, a regenerated kidney could give patients function closer to that of a normal person.

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Moreover, although the Artificial Implantable Kidney does not correct anemia, a regenerated kidney could potential help correct the red blood cell dysfunction in some Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis patients. 

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Hence, we at KidenyBuzz.com are cautiously optimistic about this announcement and hope that you share the news far-and-wide with other patients and loved ones. 

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