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Almost 15 years ago, a then-26-year-old man with a history of Goodpasture syndrome received a kidney transplant from his brother. In 2021, he presented to an emergency room in Brooklyn with symptoms of severe heart failure. After his symptoms progressed, he was referred to cardiologist Bernard S. Kadosh, MD, an assistant professor of medicine at NYU Langone Health's Heart Failure Advanced Care Center, who found evidence of restrictive cardiomyopathy—highly unusual for someone his age.
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