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How many people are diagnosed with kidney disease each year in america?
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~31 million american adults are living with chronic kidney disease (ckd).
The prevalence of chronic kidney disease is increasing: about 25% of the population over age 60 but <1% of the population ages 20-39. The incidence of new cases per year: ~5% of population over age 60 and <1% younger age group.

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~31 million american adults are living with chronic kidney disease (ckd).
The prevalence of chronic kidney disease is increasing: about 25% of the population over age 60 but <1% of the population ages 20-39. The incidence of new cases per year: ~5% of population over age 60 and <1% younger age group.
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Dr. James Leaming
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4.5 million adults are estimated to have diagnosed kidney disease in the United States alone.

In brief: Millions affected
4.5 million adults are estimated to have diagnosed kidney disease in the United States alone.
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