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The Kidney Health Red Socks Appeal is back and it’s bigger and redder than before! This October, the Red Socks Appeal aims to raise vital funds for people living with kidney disease. There are many ways to show you care
Kidney Health Australia, along with the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology (ANZSN) and the Transplant Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ) are urging all individuals with kidney disease to get vaccinated as soon as they can
Your kidneys play a vital role in your body. They work hard to clean your blood and create urine for you 24 hours a day. Without kidney function, you would struggle to process toxins and eliminate waste, and this would have a devastating impact on your health.
Chronic kidney disease (CKD), diabetes and cardiovascular disease are each independently serious diseases, affecting millions of Australians. Our evidence report, Make the Link: Diabetes, Kidneys and Heart, demonstrates the importance of these links.
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The Kidney Health Australia Red Socks Appeal, kicks off on Friday 1 October to galvanise more Australians into action to understand the impact of the disease on their lives and those close to them, and raise vital funds for early detection activities and support services to alleviate the impact and harm kidney disease causes.
The Big Red Kidney Bus is back on the road, but this time with a different job – giving vulnerable and at-risk communities an opportunity to have the COVID-19 vaccine. Read the attached media release from NSW Health to find out more.