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2023 PKD Summit

The PKD Foundation of Canada hosts the virtual PKD Summit every year. It is an opportunity for the PKD medical community, renal healthcare professionals, PKD patients, their families and loved ones to connect and hear presentations from top Canadian and International Key Opinion Leaders in the field of PKD. The...

October 2023 issue | PKD e-News

Welcome to the PKD Foundation of Canada's October e-News! We have provided information important to helping you take action in your journey with PKD.

Jan's Butterflies to the MAX

The Newmarket-based team "Jan's Butterflies to the MAX" has raised more than $22,000 this year for the Toronto Walk to END PKD! Part of their amazing success is due to their passion for the mission of the PKD Foundation of Canada, and the goal of ending PKD. They also are...

‘Taking Care of You’ with PKD | Kidney Nutrition with Emily Campbell

You’ve probably heard about self-care before. And living with PKD, it is important to take care of you. This is self-care: taking steps to preserve or improve your health through lifestyle changes. This blog post by Emily Campbell, registered dietitian, looks at how making health changes can help you manage...

Wendy Marshall-Fagan, Moncton NB | Voices of PKD

"PKD was not spoken of when I was a child. My father inherited the disease from his father (my grandfather) who died before I was born, and no one else in the family had it. I have been in touch, in recent years, with extended family on my father’s side,...

Team Verdun

Cristina Mageau has been fundraising for the Montreal Walk to END PKD for three years, and this year her team - Team Verdun - raised more than $11,000 for the Walk to END PKD! What advice to they have for others looking to raise a large amount?

A Family Affair

The Fort Erie team, A Family Affair, has raised more than $8,000 this year for the Toronto Walk to END PKD. How did they manage to raise such a large amount? Do they have any suggestions for other families wanting to do the same thing? Continue reading their story for...

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