Kidney disease

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We no longer hold a description of Kidney disease. You may find it more helpful to search for a particular or specific condition in our online medical information instead.

Other UK sites with trusted health information:

NHS website
www.nhs.uk

Patient UK
www.patient.co.uk

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Is there support?

Kidney Care UK

Tel: 01420 541 424
Email:info@kidneycareuk.org
Website: kidneycareuk.org

Kidney Care UK is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 270288. It provides information, support and grants to kidney disease patients and their families in the UK. 

Group details last updated December 2020.

Kidney Research UK

Helpline: 0300 303 1100
Email: enquiries@kidneyresearchuk.org
Website: kidneyresearchuk.org

Kidney Research UK is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 252892. It provides information for patients, raises awareness of kidney-related issues, and funds research into the causes and prevention of kidney disease.

Group details last updated December 2020.

National Kidney Federation

Helpline: 0800 169 09 36
Email: via website
Website: kidney.org.uk

The Federation is a Registered Charity in England and Wales No. 1106735 and in Scotland No.SC049431. It is the national organisation for Kidney Patient Associations attached to renal units. The Federation provides information and support to kidney patients and their carers, including medical information for children and their families.

Group details last updated December 2020.

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