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Is cranberry juice safe for everyone even patients with kidney and liver disease?

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Dr. Scott Diede
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: Kidney stones...

Cranberry juice is high in salts called oxalates.
When people drink a lot of cranberry juice, these salts can crystallize into hard urinary oxalate stones, especially in people who already tend to get these types of stones.

In brief: Kidney stones...

Cranberry juice is high in salts called oxalates.
When people drink a lot of cranberry juice, these salts can crystallize into hard urinary oxalate stones, especially in people who already tend to get these types of stones.
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