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#Dialysis and #Hope for #Kidney Patients – update


A few months ago, I posted the first part of this under the title, “Dialysis and Hope for #Kidney Patients” .  There are some promising developments and even more exciting things to come.  Here is an update… I recently attended a conference hosted … Continue reading

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#Dialysis and Social Media


My friend, Jim Myers, was a guest of the National Kidney Foundation and their Advocacy in Action Blog on the topic: “Why We Need to Be Active on Social Media”.   He makes some very good points about the effective use … Continue reading

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American Kidney Fund – Blog: 5 things you should know if you want a kidney transplant


5 things you should know if you want a kidney transplant Source: American Kidney Fund – Blog: 5 things you should know if you want a kidney transplant

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NKF in 2016: Legislative Priorities


Though the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is pleased with our advances this past year to ensure kidney patient perspectives were considered and included in policy decisions, we are hard at work o… Source: NKF in 2016: Legislative Priorities

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Kidney Patient Advocacy Has a New Face — 60 of Them


The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) has launched a new patient advocacy and engagement program to expand its grassroots network at the state level. The Kidney Action Committee is comprised of 60 p… Source: Kidney Patient Advocacy Has a New Face … Continue reading

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Dialysis and Friday


      Hey all!   I really don’t have much to post about today other than Happy Friday! For those on a MWF dialysis schedule, you get two days off! For those on TTS schedule, you only have one … Continue reading

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In Washington DC


For the fourth or fifth year, I’m in DC to lobby Congress on behalf of Dialysis patients as a member and Patient Ambassador with DPC (Dialysis Patient Citizens). You can help by calling or emailing your Representative and Senators and tell … Continue reading

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