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Monday, October 1, 2012
UCSF nabs $3 million to lead artificial kidney effort
A national research effort led by UC San Francisco to develop an implantable artificial kidney has won $3 million in funding, raising $2.25 million from the
National Institutes of Health
and $750,000 from the John and Marcia Goldman Foundation.
The biomedical research campus said the funding will launch an effort to develop the device, with a goal of reaching clinical trials by 2017.
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