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Patients, family members & caregivers join us
May 5 -8, 2018 for ISPD Vancouver
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Special Organ Donor Awareness Event on April 25th
Click here for more information Light Up Green for Organ Donation
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Learn more about educational bursaries available to CKD patients, Click Here for more information.
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Check out The Kidney Foundation's 2017 Impact Report on Research
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Another March Drive Campaign wraps up!! THANK YOU to all of the canvassers and donors for your support, we couldn't do this without your help!
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The BC & Yukon Branch of The Kidney Foundation of Canada will be offering a PKD Kidney Patient Journey. Click here to learn more.
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Get up to date on what's happening. Check out the latest issue of "Kidney News"

Learn more about our new Living Donor Mentor Program - Living Donor Mentor Program
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New Webinar: Celebrating National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week (NOTDAW)

In celebration of NOTDAW, join us on April 19th for a webinar featuring Dr. John Gill, clinician scientist at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, and Sylvie Charbonneau, President of the Quebec Branch of The Kidney Foundation. Dr. Gill will be speaking on kidney transplantation and living donation and Ms Charbonneau will share her experience donating a kidney to her son as well as her dream to change the world one kidney at a time. Click here to register.

Impacts and Outcomes of Kidney Research

The 2017 report, Impacts and Outcomes of Kidney Research, focuses on transplantation and partnerships. The Kidney Foundation is proud to partner with two major research networks, both of which have patients as integral partners. View the 2017 report.

KRESCENT Patient Peer Reviewers Needed

The Kidney Research Scientist Core Education and National Training Program (KRESCENT) is incorporating patients into the review of applications for the KRESCENT program. Learn more about this opportunity.

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