If polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is caused by a genetic mutation, and family members have the same mutation, why are some family members more severely affected than others? Dr. Lanktree discusses what we can learn about autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) by examining affected families.
PKD Foundation of Canada has a number of upcoming virtual social hours in March and April!
This year, World Kidney Day continues to raise awareness of the increasing burden of kidney diseases worldwide and to strive for kidney health for everyone, everywhere. The 2022 campaign has been declared "Kidney Health For All" to bring awareness to the persistent and ongoing CKD knowledge gap exists, one that...
Are you looking for a new PKD-friendly recipe? Try out this delicious pork noodle bowl recipe from Kristen Walsh! 2-3 servings / 10-15 mins prep time / 30 mins cook time
#GivingTuesday is November 30th 2021! Help give a voice to a widely unknown disease. Donate this #GivingTuesday to the PKD Foundation of Canada, the only national organization solely dedicated to fighting PKD through research, education, advocacy, support and awareness.
The PKD Foundation of Canada was proud to host it's first Virtual PKD Summit this past September! The summit consisted of 3 half days filled with educational events catered towards PKD patients and their loved ones, on September 3, 10th and 17th.
Announcing the launch of Can-SOLVE CKD's KidneyLink – connect to kidney research innovation!
Living Donation Week (#LDW2021), September 12-18, hosted by UHN - Centre for Living Organ Donation, is a national awareness week featuring free virtual events and activities focused on improving access and equity in living organ donation, profiling the work of Team Transplant, and celebrating our incredible living donors and transplant...