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Katie Lee Joel to Conduct Free, Hands-On, Holiday Cooking Demonstration for Local Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease
Date:12/7/2007

ed next year by Simon and Schuster. The book is a compilation of updated classics from her archive of family recipes using the best seasonal ingredients. Katie regularly appears on Extra as a special correspondent, covering everything from red carpet events to food to fashion. Katie is a contributing editor to Gotham magazine, and her culinary and lifestyle column, Katie's Kitchen, is published weekly in its sister magazine, Hamptons.

Katie was the first season host of Bravo's hit "Top Chef," a reality competition series for the culinary arts. In July 2005, with partner Aleishall Girard, Katie co-created the Web site http://www.oliveandpeach.com, a site dedicated to food and the importance of "conscious consumption." She resides in the New York area with her husband, musician Billy Joel.

FOSRENOL

FOSRENOL is indicated to reduce serum phosphate in patients with end stage renal disease (ESRD) -- also known as CKD Stage 5.

FOSRENOL is an effective, non-calcium, phosphate binder that reduces high phosphorus levels in ESRD patients. FOSRENOL is formulated as an easy-to-use, unflavored, chewable tablet that can be taken without water, an important consideration for ESRD patients who must restrict their fluid intake.

FOSRENOL is available in a broad range of dosage strengths consisting of 500-milligram (mg), 750-mg, and 1-g tablets. Patients taking FOSRENOL can achieve serum phosphorus target levels with as few as three tablets per day. (Dosing based on three meals per day. Number of meals per day may vary. To achieve certain doses, additional tablets may be required.)

FOSRENOL has a high affinity for phosphate and works by binding to dietary phosphorus in the gastrointestinal tract. Once bound, the FOSRENOL/phosphorus complex cannot pass into the bloodstream and is eliminated from the body, thereby decreasing mean serum phosphorus levels.

To date, FOSRENOL has been cl
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