The Kidney Foundation of Canada (KFOC) and Canadian Society of Nephrology (CSN) applaud an announcement made today which provides kidney research with the largest single investment in Canadian history. It is anticipated the funded project will dramatically change the way in which the kidney healthcare community will collaborate to find ways to improve the lives of those affected. Learn more
The Kidney Foundation of Canada – Manitoba Branch is pleased to introduce you to Winnipeg-based kidney researcher Dr. Nav Tangri. He's doing groundbreaking research in the area of kidney health out of the Seven Oaks General Hospital right here in Manitoba. He is on the cover of our spring 2016 newsletter. To download our newsletter and/or read our interview with Dr. Tangri, visit our News & Events page.
Meet Carol Shinkewski, a dedicated volunteer for The Kidney Foundation in Saskatoon.
Want to learn more about our program and services? You can also read a story about 10-year-old Manitoba resident Noah Gross, who was one of Canada's youngest hemodialysis patients. Download a PDF copy of our winter newsletter, the Kidney Care Connection. Want to get the newsletter delivered to your home or your email inbox? Have a story to share about living with kidney disease, or donating a kidney? Send us an email to connect with us. We'd love to hear from you.
The Kidney Foundation of Canada is pleased that Manitoba patients who treat their kidney disease independently, at home, will now be reimbursed for the extra water and power costs incurred during these treatments. The Province of Manitoba approved proposals submitted by the Nocturnal Home Hemodialysis Patient Action Group and the Manitoba Branch of the Kidney Foundation for this important initiative. The Manitoba Branch will administer the Home Hemo-Dialysis Reimbursement Program. Click here for more info about the New Reimbursement Program for Home Hemo Dialysis Patients
Wed, 15 Jun 2016
All Day Event
Living Organ Donation Reimbursement Program (LODERP)
You can download your forms for this program here:
Application Verification Form
Expense Claim Form
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There is a strong relationship between diabetes and kidney disease. There is an even stronger relationship when you also have high blood pressure and are overweight. This booklet will help us learn what we need to know about our risk of kidney disease and what we can do about it.
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