Monthly Archives: October 2011

ARTICLE: 100 Million Donors Registered

Donate Life America Announces 100 Millionth Organ, Eye and Tissue Donor Registered in the U.S. What are your ideas on how to continue to increase this number?  What are you doing in your own communities to raise awareness about the … Continue reading

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Third Annual NKF Home Dialysis Therapy “Fly-In” to Capitol Hill A Great Success

On September 13-14, 2011, patient advocates from across the U.S. participated in the National Kidney Foundation’s annual fly-in to Capitol Hill.  Advocates from six states: Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, Wisconsin, as well as staff members from NKF’s National Office, … Continue reading

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Not a Horse Apiece

by Sharon L. Buffington Not all things are equal. In particular, the costs between dialysis and immunosuppressive drugs following a kidney transplant are not equal. It is not like the difference between two quarters equaling fifty cents or five dimes … Continue reading

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