With the Brexit deadline only a couple of weeks away a number of patients are worried about the potential impact on our current reciprocal healthcare agreement with Europe
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Kidney Care UK’s new Cost of Staying Alive report issues a stark warning to the Government that thousands of kidney patients’ mental, physical, and financial health is at risk without urgent action.
This guideline covers organising and delivering end of life care services, which provide care and support in the final weeks and months of life (or for some conditions, years), and the planning and preparation for this.
Government announcement on healthcare arrangements in the event of no deal Brexit on 31 October 2019
However, kidney patients wishing to travel in the EU are still left in limbo
The CREDENCE trial has been called a major breakthrough for people with diabetic kidney disease. Why, and what does this mean for you?
Prompted to act by report released today by Healthwatch, Age UK and Kidney Care UK
David Rand talks about his experiences with kidney disease and being Team Manager of the Royal Liverpool Transplant Team (Adults) at the British Transplant Games
Sister Jill Armitage, a dialysis nurse for over 33 years tells her story and the changes she has witnessed over the years
UK still to reach no-deal healthcare agreements with multiple EU countries, leaving kidney patients in limbo
Nicola Stevens is running to raise awareness of kidney disease after being diagnosed herself in 2011
Sukhbir Bassra had kidney disease from the age of 23 until he died last year aged 62