Monthly Archives: July 2020

Remembering Congressman John Lewis, Kidney Champion

By Kevin Longino, CEO of National Kidney Foundation and kidney transplant patient Most Americans know the late civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis (D-GA) for his role as a freedom fighter, his stewardship of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and … Continue reading

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Immuno Bill Passes out of House Committee

Today the Immuno bill successfully passed a procedure hurdle in the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The House Energy and Commerce Committee marked up (aka reviewed and discussed) and reported out (issued their agreement to keep the bill moving to … Continue reading

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Congress Ignores Urgent Kidney Needs

We continue seeing reports that those who contract COVID-19 are more likely to develop kidney disease, and it’s clear that one legacy of this virus will be an expanded American kidney patient population. That’s why we’re disappointed to see that … Continue reading

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