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Our vision: A world without kidney disease.
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Tests for kidney health

Kidney disease often has no symptoms until your kidneys are badly damaged.

The only way to know how well your kidneys are working is to get tested. This is very important for people who have diabetes, high blood pressure or a family history of kidney disease.

Kidney damage usually cannot be fixed. But if you catch and treat kidney disease early, you may be able to prevent it from getting worse. Ask your doctor about the tests used to check your kidneys.

What are the tests? »

Giving a kidney to a stranger

Giving a kidney to a stranger

"I am thrilled to be able to share a portion of my good health to help free another person from the chains of dialysis, and on to a fuller, more enjoyable life..."

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News

Traveling while on dialysis

Everyone needs a break, especially people with a chronic disease. Don’t let kidney disease keep you from enjoying what’s important to you...

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Nominate your Hero of Hope

Who is your hero?

Do you know a person living with kidney disease who is making a difference in his or her community? Nominate him or her for the 2016 AKF Hero of Hope Award...

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Sign up for our July webinar

Staying employed with kidney disease

If you are on dialysis and want to work, or need to work, there are ways to make it work! Join us to learn more...

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Donate your car

Clean out your garage

Donate a vehicle to AKF and support kidney patients. From towing, to the sale of your car, all of it is taken care of at no cost to you...

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