At ASN 2012, tonight I had the pleasure and honor of meeting Nancy Spaeth, one of the first patients ever to use home dialysis and a big advocate of nephrology care, especially of home dialysis forms of modality. She was a first in many ways. She was one of first few to receive home hemodialysis. She was one of the first to receive epogen and have had 4 successful transplants.
Please check out her website of hope for all of us who take care of patients with kidney disease.
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