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Everyone's journey with kidney disease is different. It is important to share as many stories so no one feels alone.
In June 2019, Glenis and her family celebrated 50 years since her successful kidney transplant on 1 July 1968.
Nari is on dialysis three times a week. “As a member of the reference group, I can help my people who have kidney problems or are starting dialysis.”
Luke was diagnosed with end-stage-kidney-disease at just 23 years old. Now, he supports the Kidney Youth Program and is on advisory committees to improve kidney care.
Sheree was 34 years old when she started experiencing blurry vision. She never expected to be diagnosed with kidney disease.
Eli was just six years old when he and his mum, Thelma, were told the shocking news that he only had 10% kidney function left.
Kaitlyn lives with kidney disease but refuses to let it take over her life. A self confessed 'frequent flyer' of the Big Red Kidney Bus, she regularly travels.
Teresa and Dom's wedding anniversary is extra special - it's their kidneyversary.
Rona’s son David was diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease (PKD) when he was 22 years old.
It was an overdue checkup that changed Mick and his wife, Sharna's, life forever
Troy was 26 years old when he was diagnosed with kidney disease, within 12 months he commenced dialysis.
Speaking with other kidney patients helped Sally navigate the unknown.
Speaking to other people in the kidney community inspired Brad.