Diabetic Nephropathy is a progressive kidney disease that results as a significant long-term complication in terms of morbidity and mortality of diabetes. Such a disease, most frequent in men, may cause death two or three years after the initial lesions. Currently, Diabetic Nephropathy is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease in the United State and other Western societies. Then, can this disease be cured?
Actually, there is not an exact answer to this question due to a variety of
disease condition. With early detection and prompt treatment, Diabetic
Nephropathy can be cured.
We all know that there are five stages of Diabetic Kidney Disease, and Stage
1 to Stage 3 belong to the early stage of this disease. If effective treatment
is carried out in these stages, patients in the Sage 1 can be cured, and the
development of Stage 2 or Stage 3 can be effectively blocked.
In 2012, the newest treatment for Diabetic Nephropathy is called
immunotherapy. It can treat eliminate the root cause of disease, so patients
have great hope of recovering from diabetic kidney disease. Remember, the
earlier you receive treatment, the better the curative effect is.