Kidney Today Blog Archive
Topic: Kidney failure

Give the Gift of Life: National Minority Donor Awareness Week

Author: AKF Staff  |  Posted:

Among minorities, the need for kidney transplants is disproportionately high, so donations are essential. Anthony Brown, a patient-advocate with American Kidney Fund, shared his story about donating one of his kidneys to his mother last year on World Kidney Day. Anthony is one of many inspirational advocates in the American Kidney Fund network who has donated a kidney to a friend or family member. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Advocacy and policy, Living with kidney disease, Kidney transplant, Kidney failure

Saving a Life: My Kidney Donation Story

Author: Anthony Brown  |  Posted:

Last year on World Kidney Day, when I was 25 years old, I donated my left kidney to my mother. In my experience, donating a kidney to my mother was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. The reality is you only need one kidney to survive. And for most kidney patients, a kidney transplant is a chance for a better life. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Advocacy and policy, Living with kidney disease, Kidney transplant, Kidney failure

This Valentine’s Day, Talk to Your Loved Ones about Kidney Disease

Author: Denise Robinson  |  Posted:

The month of February is a time to celebrate with the ones you love – but it can also be about educating them on health conditions they need to be aware of to ensure they are here to celebrate Valentine’s Day for years to come. I was very lucky to find my perfect match in a husband and kidney donor. I’m even luckier that we have made a commitment to lead a healthy life together and share our knowledge with others. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Living with kidney disease, Kidney disease prevention, Kidney failure
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