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Tuesday, December 06, 2011

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Melville Hodge

Major change will come only when advocates of frequent, extended dialysis abandon ineffective "Lifestyle Option" arguments in favor "Survival and "Well-being" arguments that you have forcefully summarized here. Home dialysis really is a matter of life and death!

roberta mikles

For six, almost seven years, I have been working with patients who have had care problems in their dialysis facility. I urge all those who can to home dialysis to do such. My opinion that patients should do home dialysis, if they can, is also based on my review of hundreds and hundreds of dialysis facility inspection reports
Roberta Mikles BA RN
Dialysis Patient Safety Advocate
www.qualitysafepatientcare.com

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