Help us to understand more about kidney patients’ mental health and the mental health support available. The survey results will inform our urgent work to lobby government to improve the lives of those suffering with kidney disease.
"One of the first things that you're told, or that's explained to you is, there is no cure."
Kidney disease is just not taken seriously enough. People like Aphria, Dale and Seema are relying on research to transform treatments to help them, their families and others living with kidney disease.
Give up a bad habit in our Quit for a bit fundraising evet, play our Weekly Lottery where you could win up to £10,000 or take on a physical challenge in 2022. However you want to show your support, you will be helping to fund vital kidney research.
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