The Kidney Walk is the nation's largest walk to fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, the event raises awareness and funds lifesaving programs that educate and support patients, their families and those at risk. Take a lifesaving step today and sign up for a walk at www.kidneywalk.org. For more information on the 2014 Boston Kidney Walk, contact Andrea Savisky at (781) 278-0222.
The National Kidney Foundation has six available numbers to participate in the 42nd New Balance Falmouth Road Race
Join or support "TEAM KIDNEY"! Running for the National Kidney Foundation in the Falmouth Road Race is a competitive and fun event which calls attention to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease and the need for organ donation.
In New England, the NKF provides early detection screenings and vital patient and community services. The Foundation conducts extensive public and professional education, advocates for patients through legislative action, and supports organ donation kidney research to identify new treatments. Click here for more information
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For more information, contact Andrea Savisky at (781) 278-0222.
Join us in Worcester on Thursday, November 6, 2014, for a free educational seminar on "Treatment Options When Your Kidneys Fail." Bring your family and learn from experts and fellow patients who have been where you are now. Topics include: Hemodialysis (in-center and home), Peritoneal Dialysis, and a patient panel. Light dinner will be provided.
Registration Required! To register, call the NKF at (800) 542-4001 or email email@example.com by 11/3.
Do you need someone to speak to your group about kidney disease or organ donation? The New England's Speakers Bureau can help. Do you have a kidney experience you want to share? Join the Speakers Bureau and help us get the word out about these important topics. For more information contact us at (781) 278-0222 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helps eligible uninsured and under-insured patients of all ages to receive needed medications. Click here for more information.