About Kidney Disease

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                2014 KIDNEY CHALLENGE WALK    

DETAILS OF THE 2014 KIDNEY WALK WILL BE POSTED SOON                        

 

SAVE THE DATE:  Sunday, June 15th at the Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney Renaissance Center

 

The goal of the annual Kidney Challenge Walk is to raise funds for the Southern Tier Kidney Association which supports those in the Southern Tier who are affected by kidney disease, including kidney patients and living donors, and to help pay for the financial concerns often associated with Dialysis, a kidney donation, and/or a kidney transplant.

 

All of the event proceeds are utilized to benefit Dialysis patients at WCA Hospital, kidney transplant donors and recipients through the WNY Kidney Connection, and to enhance community awareness of kidney disease. >>>MORE

 

The Walk will step off at 1 PM at the Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney Renaissance Center.
Registration begins at Noon.
Register to walk or support other walkers with your pledge.

 

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Signs and Symptoms of Kidney Disease

If you have any of the following please see your doctor.

• Family history of renal disease

• Swelling of the feet and hands

• Frequency of urination

• Lower back or flank pain

• Blood in the urine

• Anemia