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Q: Why should I care about my kidneys?

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Q: Why should I care about my kidneys?

A: If you have HIV, you have a one- in-three chance of experiencing kidney issues. Además, diabetes and high blood pressure are the leading causes of kidney disease—and one in ten Latinos is diabetic while one in five has high blood pressure. ¡Pero no te preocupes!  We make it easy for you to understand what your kidneys do and why they’re important. We also offer tips for what you and your doctor can do to make sure they stay healthy and strong.   



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