The latest news and information about COVID-19 for kidney patients
Your heart and kidneys are strongly connected – anything that affects your kidneys affects your heart, and vice versa. So how exactly are the two linked?
It was time for Sharon to decide whether to opt for a whole-organ pancreas transplant or islet transplantation after her successful kidney transplant.
Melissa Leeming shares the heartbreaking reason she ran the London Marathon for Kidney Care UK in 2021 and why she's preparing to do it again in 2022
Kidney Care UK Chair of Trustees Professor Donal O'Donoghue passed away due to Covid-19 on Sunday 3 January.
A summary of our recent webinar which took place on Wednesday 1 December
Count down the festive season with us
Psychosocial care saves lives, yet too many people living with kidney disease are not getting the support they need. With experts from the National Psychosocial Working Group, we have developed a manifesto for action. Please join us and help us make the case for change together.
If you're on dialysis, you need to continue your treatment whilst you're away. Here's how we can help.
The impact of Brexit on kidney patients and what you can do to help us raise awareness of the issues
The impact of Brexit on kidney patients