Washington: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) and its complications can kill at any age, warns a new study.The study from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health shows that the prevalence of CKD shoots up with age from four percent between 20 and 39 years to 54 percent among adults who have crossed 75 years.
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