Did you know 90% of kidney function can be lost without experiencing any symptoms?

In fact, one in three people in Australia is at increased risk of kidney disease, and even though over 60 people die every day with this highly undiagnosed condition, most are tragically unaware they are affected until it’s too late.

‘Don’t be blind to kidney disease’. Don’t wait until you feel sick; learn the risk factors and find out if you’re the one in three at increased risk.

Are You at Risk? Take the Test.

Get involved

Watch this space to find out how you can get involved in the upcoming Kidney Health Week this year. We will be sharing our campaign pack with loads of resources to help you including:

  • Suggested promotional activities
  • Content for your work or community group’s newsletter
  • Template media release for your local newspapers
  • Social Media Kit 

For more information about Kidney Health Week please freecall 1800 454 363 or email: events@kidney.org.au.

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World Kidney Day 2019

World Kidney Day - Thursday 14 March 2019

World Kidney Day is an annual global campaign to raise awareness of the importance of kidney health.

Chronic kidney disease affects approximately 195 million women worldwide and it is currently the 8th leading cause of death in women, with close to 600,000 deaths each year.

On its 14th anniversary, World Kidney Day promotes affordable and equitable access to health education, healthcare and prevention for kidney diseases for all. Find out more at www.worldkidneyday.org

EventsBig Red Kidney Walk
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