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The case of neonatal acute kidney injury

The case of neonatal acute kidney injury: Don't forget the babies!   David J. Askenazi Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Nephrology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, USA   Jennifer R. Charlton University of Virginia Children’s Hospital, Charlottesville,...


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New survey finds 55% of people in UK at greatest risk of kidney d...

Research released today in light of World Kidney Day 2017 has revealed that that 55% of people in the UK with the most common risk factors for kidney disease (vascular disease, high blood...


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Creating a World Kidney Day wow!

 ‘Kidney’ was the word on thousands of lips on 9 March this year. Fundraisers and volunteers all around the UK took to the streets, hospitals and the airwaves to raise awareness of kidney...


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13th CONGRESS OF THE ARAB SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY AND RENAL TRANSPL...

13th Congress of The Arab Society of Nephrology and Renal Transplantation 35th Annual Congress of The Egyptian Society of Nephrology and Transplantation Read more on our reginal meeting page (meetings/regional-meetings.html)  


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Move4WKD

Celebrate World Kidney Day and GET MOVING!On March 9, 2017, we invite everyone to get up and get moving to celebrate their kidneys.“#move4kidneys” is a symbolic gesture to remember that kidneys are vital...


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World Kidney Day

World Kidney Day (WKD) is a joint initiative of the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations (IFKF). Since the first campaign over eleven years ago, World Kidney Day (WKD)...


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Kidney Disease and Obesity
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Our IFKF Worldwide Community is a strong force bringing a global focus to the prevention and treatment of kidney disease - which now has 65 Organisational Members across more than 40 countries worldwide.

Our members represent a patient focussed approach with organisations such as: kidney foundations, research organisations, patient associations, kidney community and advocacy groups.

Additionally, various associate and co-opted members support our IFKF President and the Council in its work.


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Please find the Recommendations for Sustainable Kidney Care


The Nicholas Effect

Reg Green is the author of the 2 books: "The Nicholas Effect" and "The gift that Heals" specifically written... Read more

 

 World Kidney Day


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