Check out the PKD Foundation of Canada's October e-News! We have provided information important to helping you take action in your journey with PKD and revisit the amazing fundraisers that have taken place over the past year.
The PKD Foundation of Canada invites you to join us for the 2017 Canadian PKD Symposium at the Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel on Saturday, November 25th, 2017.
Check out the PKD Foundation of Canada's September e-News! We have provided information important to helping you take action in your journey with PKD.
Though PKD affects thousands in Canada and millions worldwide, many people have never heard of it. Together, we can change this! National #PKDAwarenessDay is our day to raise awareness about this disease and the devastating impact it has on generation after generation.
Check out the PKD Foundation of Canada's June e-News! We have provided information important to helping you take action in your journey with PKD.
The Walk to END PKD signifies a united group, moving towards treatments and a cure for polycystic kidney disease (PKD), one of the most common life-threatening genetic diseases affecting thousands in Canada. You can make an impact on this devastating disease by joining a Walk event in your community, or...
We are gearing up for another exciting fundraising season! Visit our website on Monday, June 12th, to register for your local Walk to END PKD online. Stay tuned on social media for announcements and watch for our official launch email coming soon.
Whether you are thinking about kidney donation, or you are looking for information to share, read on for the top 5 questions about living donation that explain the process and risks involved.
Upcoming PKD Patient Forums in Halifax and St. John's! If you, your family or loved ones live in either of these cities, join us and members of the local PKD community to learn more about PKD and what resources are available in Canada.
Today is World Kidney Day, a day to raise awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide.