Don't be blind to kidney disease

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90% of kidney function can be lost without any symptoms, and there are currently 5 million adults living in Australia at risk of developing chronic kidney disease due to risk factors such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity and being of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin.

Alarmingly, most people are blind to kidney disease. In fact, there are currently 1.5 million people in Australia who are unaware that they already have early stages of it... That’s why, during Kidney Health Week 2019, we opened everyone’s eyes to kidney disease and raise awareness of the critical need for early detection.

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Your story has the power to educate other Australians about the critical need for early detection, and together we can raise life-saving awareness and much-needed funds to support vital research into early detection and prevention.

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For more information about Kidney Health Week please free call 1800 454 363 or email: [email protected]



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ISN Community Film Award

During Kidney Health Week, The International Society Nephrology (ISN) pioneered a special film event at the World Congress of Nephrology (WCN) on Saturday 13 April 2019 in Melbourne Australia. The concept was to showcase films that reflect patient experiences or provide education for patients on renal topics, such as commencing dialysis.

At the congress, WCN 2019 participants voted for the best film out of six films preselected by a jury. 

Winning film

Dialysis journey of a Sarawakian

Director: Dr Phui Vui Eng, Sarawak General Hospital, Nephrology unit, Kuching, Malaysia

To see the shortlisted films, visit the ISN website

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