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  • Innovative Technology for Elderly Kidney Patients

      Kidney disease is a very common condition among older adults, affecting close to half of seniors above the age of 75. Common diseases such as hypertension and diabetes cause damage to the kidneys over time, and aging itself causes a decline in kidney function. Kidney disease can go undiagnosed until it is very advanced, … Read more

  • Women’s Health Awareness and Kidneys

    April 15, 2023 marked the return of our Kidney Education and Outreach Program (KEOP) and community kidney screenings after a long break through the pandemic. At recent community events we focused on kidney health education, but we were excited to be able to offer kidney screenings this time. North Carolina Central University hosted the 9th … Read more

  • Cara’s story

    “When I was three, I was hit with a 104.7 fever in the middle of the night. I was soon rushed into my doctor. They couldn’t figure out where the fever was coming from and took a chance on checking to see if it was the result of a UTI. I was told my urine … Read more

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