International Alport Syndrome Meeting Report Published
The 2014 International Workshop on Alport Syndrome, held in Oxford, UK in January 2014, published its report in the July issue of Kidney International. Support for this Workshop is part of The Kidney Foundation’s collaboration with other organizations to pool resources to generate new knowledge to reduce the burden of kidney disease and raise awareness of this rare genetic condition.

Government of Canada Proposes Changes to Nutrition Information on Food Labels

Health Canada launched a series of online public consultations on proposed changes that will improve the way nutrition information is presented on labels. The proposed label changes, such as including potassium on the nutrition facts table, reflect feedback received by Health Canada from parents and consumers during round table sessions and an online consultation in the winter 2014.

The Kidney Foundation tables its report with the Quebec Ministry of Health

At a meeting with representatives of the Ministry of Health on June 21, 2013, The Kidney Foundation of Canada tabled its report entitled “The Why and How of Fostering Kidney Transplants in Quebec.” which includes a series of 6 recommendations.

Eat Renal-Friendly, with June Martin undefined
Savour Summer with New Recipes!


My Kidney Journey, with Angie Essery undefined
World Kidney Day


Life as a Kidney Researcher, with Sunny Hartwig undefined
Our first manuscript


NEW PUBLICATIONS

The Kidney-Link - Spring 2013

 


The Quebec Branch release results of an economic study on the direct and indirect benefits of kidney transplantation

Conducted by Dr. Yves Rabeau (PhD) and associate professor of management science at UQAM, the study revealed the economic benefits of the kidney transplantation to our health system and the associated social costs. Read more >

Survey of people living with chronic kidney disease

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