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Did you know that 76% of people waiting for an organ donation are waiting for a kidney? Face the facts about kidney disease and organ donation in Canada and help increase kidney transplants and organ donation rates by registering to be an organ donor.
Kidney Disease: Am I At Risk? The Kidney Foundation of Canada is hosting a presentation and panel discussion on kidney disease, its causes, risk factors, what you can do to prevent it, and how to better manage your kidney health on Thursday, March 9, 6:30 pm. Click here to RSVP.
The Kidney Foundation of Canada is proud to announce several new partnerships as part of the 2017 KRESCENT competition. New partners include Alberta Innovates, The PKD Foundation of Canada, Otsuka Canada Pharmaceutical, Ontario Renal Network and Can-SOLVE CKD Network.
On March 23, the 2017 Kidney & Liver Health supplement of the National Post talked about the importance of kidney research. The article highlighted KRESCENT and Can-SOLVE CKD, two high-profile programs supported by KFOC, and included a brief message by Paul Kidston, National President of KFOC.
Three hundred kidney marchers and crew wrapped up their 100 km, three-day walk from Millarville through K-Country to Calgary arriving September 11 at Canada Olympic Park (COP). Kidney March is a transformational event designed to raise awareness and funds for kidney disease and organ donation. Marchers and crew descended the hill into the Festival Tent at 3 pm, thereby completing their 100 km journey with Mayor Naheed Nenshi offering his congratulations.
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