We are asking the UK Government to buy and provide access to preventative Covid-19 treatments for people who are immunocompromised.
Keep up to date with the latest Kidney Care UK news; including information on our latest campaigns and kidney related research.
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.
After her Mum suddenly needed dialysis, Sal decided to give back by raising money for two kidney charities.
The government is issuing a £650 cost of living payment to some people on certain benefits. Kidney patient Sarah Green shares financial tips to help you use the money as effectively as possible.
Skin cancer is the most common type of any cancer in the UK. The risk is especially high after a kidney, or other solid-organ, transplant. How is skin cancer diagnosed and treated and what can patients do to reduce their risk?
We are co-hosting an event on Wednesday 20 July for members of Parliament to pop in and find out a bit about kidney disease for themselves.
Kidney Care UK have been campaigning hard alongside patients for home dialysis patients to be reimbursed for their additional energy costs, as part of our response to the cost of living rises. Our work has resulted in a big step forward to patients getting the payments they are due.
After two years of adapted online events during the pandemic the British Transplant Games 2022 will be taking place in Leeds from 28 to 31 July 2022.
Read our guidance on keeping hydrated when the weather is hot and steamy.
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Vulnerable Groups to Pandemics (APPG) is consulting medical professionals and other groups on the provision of measures that may protect higher-risk people from Covid-19, such as the antibody treatments.
The increasing cost of living has been on many people’s minds this year. For the 3,000,000 people living with chronic kidney disease (CKD), these increases will be especially difficult.