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Information on IgA nephropathy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   I need to know information regarding iga nephropathy
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User :   e there any medicines to cure
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User :   are there any medicines to cure it
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Doctor :   IgA nephropathy, an autoimmune disease that affects the kidneys
Doctor :   IgA nephropathy is a kidney disorder that occurs when IgAâ??a protein that helps the body fight infectionsâ??settles in the kidneys.
User :   are there any medicines to cure it
User :   are there any medicines to cure it
Doctor :   Kidney disease usually cannot be cured
Doctor :   When the kidneys are damaged, they cannot be repaired. Treatment focuses on slowing the disease and preventing complications.
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Doctor :   Medicines such as prednisone may help treat IgA nephropathy.
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