Our position on issues affecting research and people with kidney disease and how these issues impact our work.
We depend on the generosity of the general public which enables us to continue our life-saving work. We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator and aim to ensure that our fundraising is respectful, open, honest, legal and accountable.
We recognise the benefits that can arise from collaborative working with industry and have led a number of research and quality improvement projects that have been supported by pharmaceutical partners.
We are committed to understanding the causes of, and treatments for, kidney disease, and to making life better for the millions of patients suffering from it.
We are committed to making life better for the millions of patients suffering from kidney disease. We recognise the importance of stem cell research in understanding kidney disease and developing therapies to treat it.
This statement aims to highlight the seriousness of kidney disease in people with diabetes and our joint intent to address this problem together.
This statement demonstrates how Kidney Research UK and Centre for Mental Health will work together to better understand the links between mental health and kidney disease, to generate evidence of how we can improve treatment for those in need, and to promote this evidence to ensure the mental health needs of kidney patients are also addressed by others.