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Study co-authors include Amy Dwyer, MD (University of Louisville); Allison Eddy, MD (British Columbia Children's Hospital); Jeffrey Fink, MD (University of Maryland); Bertrand Jaber, MD (St. Elizabeth's Medical Center); Stuart Linas, MD (University of Colorado); Beckie Michael, DO (Marlton Nephrology and Hypertension); Ann O'Hare, MD (VA Puget Sound Health Care); Heidi Schaefer, MD (Vanderbilt University); Rachel Shaffer (American Society of Nephrology); Howard Trachtman, MD (NYU Langone Medical Center); Daniel Weiner, MD (Tufts Medical Center); and Ronald Falk, MD (UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine).
The article, entitled "Critical and Honest Conversations: The Evidence Behind the "Choosing Wisely Campaign" Recommendations by the American Society of Nephrology," will appear online at http://cjasn.asnjournals.org/ on September 13, 2012, doi: 10.2215/CJN.04970512.
Amy Williams, MD Research Funding: Aksys, NxStage
Ronald Falk, MD Research Funding: SQI Diagnostics
Jeffrey Fink, MD Consultancy: Amgen, Sandoz Honoraria: Amgen, Sandoz Research Funding: Amgen
Bertrand Jaber, MD Research Funding: Argutus, Sekisui Scientific Advisory Board: NxStage Medical, Inc
Stuart Linas, MD Honoraria: Astra Zeneca, Gilead, Pfizer
Ann O'Hare, MD Honoraria: UpToDate
Howard Trachtman, MD Consultancy: Optherion, Alexion Honoraria: Athena Diagnostics Research Funding: CellDex
Daniel Weiner, MD Research Funding: Keryx Scientific Advisory Board: Takeda
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