University of New Mexico Researchers to Collaborate with Native Americans for Better Health Outcomes

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University of New Mexico researchers has been awarded a grant to help them treat Native Americans to fight kidney disease.

University of New Mexico professor Dr. Raj. Shah and his team found Native Americans struggle with higher death rates from kidney disease. The National Institutes of Health have awarded them a $3.5 million grant for the research team to investigate why Native Americans are dying in more numbers. They will collaborate with patients on the Zuni Pueblo and at a tribal health center in Albuquerque....

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