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“Cystinuria” by Chandra Shekhar Biyani, MBBS, MS, DUrol, FRCS(Urol), FEBU.

“Cystinuria” by Chandra Shekhar Biyani, MBBS, MS, DUrol, FRCS(Urol), FEBU. An eMedicine article (WebMD) written by Dr. Chandra Shekhar Biyani (Consulting Urologist, Department of Urology, Pinderfields General Hospital, UK) and

Association for Research and Information on Cystinurie (ARIC)

Association for Research and Information on Cystinurie (ARIC) Based in France, this organization promotes European research and information related to Cystinuria. The ARIC is supported by a scientific committee with

Cystinuria Support Network (CSN)

Cystinuria Support Network (CSN) The CSN is a support-based corporation maintained by Sue Holden that hosts a large network of patients and family members. The CSN also hosts disease-related information

Cystinuria research goes high profile: Putting it in perspective

On October 15th, 2010, new research on cystinuria was featured on the cover of one of the world’s top academic research journals, Science. The publication, available online, describes the detailed study of cystine crystalization.

The Rare Kidney Stone Consortium Announces the Cystinuria Registry

Your participation is essential to the improved understanding of this lifelong disease and in the development of new treatment options. The Rare Kidney Stone Consortium has opened enrollment for the

Cystone Study Concluded with Negative Findings

Today the results of a four year effort to test the potential effect of an herbal supplement on cystine stone burden were published in the Journal of Urological Research. The

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