Hemolytic uremic syndrome was first described in 1955, but it was not known to be secondary to Escherichia coli (E. coli) infections until 1983. HUS is now recognized as a cause of acute kidney failure in infants and young children. Adolescents and adults are also susceptible, as are the elderly, who often have severe disease and are at significant risk of death from the disease.
If you have experience with this condition, you should know that Marler Clark provides hemolytic uremic syndrome lawyers so that you can get the compensation you deserve. We have worked with professional epidemiologists to provide clients with helpful resources regarding HUS as well.
If you live with hemolytic uremic syndrome and need help navigating your options, Marler Clark will help you get started.
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome Resources
We have worked with epidemiologists to bring education about Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome to everyone.
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