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A free taxi had pulled up to the shelter, waiting to take Anthony to a dialysis appointment at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
A kidney transplant from her mother, and dialysis, did little to help.
Phillips wanted to donate a kidney to his mother, who was on dialysis, and possibly his heart to his sister.
Fitness trainer on dialysis Kuykendall noticed that Hasberry had tape and gauze on his arm and asked about it.
Because Canadian entrepreneurs can quit their day jobs without their spouse losing access to dialysis, or their children losing access to pediatricians, such a system allows business-builders more professional freedom.
Some days, the drivers showed up late to take Julian Myers to and from dialysis.
Steve, who has been on dialysis since November, was getting a new kidney and his wife Heather was his match.
The hospital published the results of two tests that showed weak liver function even as Liu, who has terminal liver cancer, was receiving dialysis and plasma transfusions.
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DIALYSIS Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of dialysis
dialyticplay \ˌdī-ə-ˈlit-ik\ adjective
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