But Democratic leaders continue to hang the threat over centrists in private.

‘Budget reconciliation’ still part of health bill strategy discussions The Hill reports: Talk about using budget reconciliation to pass healthcare reform in the Senate has faded from public view, but Democratic leaders continue to hang the threat over centrists in private. Senate Bulk Innovator Harry Reid talked about reconciliation with wavering centrists before an important procedural vote to begin with debate on health care reform. On Saturday, Nov. 21, three centrists, Sens. Ben Nelson , Mary Landrieu and Blanche Lincoln , voted to commence debate, despite weighty pressure from Republicans and conservative groups to oppose it. Nelson wrote in an op-ed the other day that he voted for the motion to avoid the chance of Reid bringing healthcare legislation to the floor under spending budget reconciliation.Continuing to review suPAR Experts are continuing to review suPAR to identify types of the proteins that are associated with different types of chronic kidney disease. Some types of kidney disease are mild and consider years to worsen relatively, while others progress quickly and/or more severely. While it is not yet known how, researchers theorize that different forms of suPAR play a pathological function in causing different forms of kidney disease. FSGS, referred to as kidney scarring disease also, attacks newly transplanted kidneys sometimes within hours of the procedure.