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August 2018 
The Kidney Foundation of Canada E-News

Kidney Sisters Celebrate their First Transplant Anniversary


Two PEI women who call themselves the Kidney Sisters, united by a single organ donor, recall the fateful day that they both received the call that they would soon be receiving a kidney transplant. They talk to Mitch Cormier about their story in this P.E.I. Pulse podcast from CBC Prince Edward Island. (Their 15-minute interview begins the podcast.)

Investing in PKD Research


To mark PKD Awareness Day on September 4, we take a closer look at the important polycystic kidney disease research currently being conducted by KRESCENT trainees. Read more.

Short-Term Assistance Provides Long-Term Benefits


Bob could have missed his chance to have home hemodialysis because he couldn’t afford to travel for his training. Find out how short-term financial assistance from The Kidney Foundation impacted his life.

Travel & Dialysis

Tips from Fellow Travelers - Part Two: Planning Your Vacation


Traveling on dialysis is possible. All it takes is a bit of planning. Get some valuable advice from Mike and Eve, our experienced world travelers in the second of this three-part series.
 

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Hot Tuna Sub

Nourishing, tasty and quick, here's a convenient recipe for lunch.
 

My Favorite Coleslaw Recipe

With a dressing that's lighter in flavour than traditional creamy dressing, this coleslaw is a great low-sodium choice.
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