“You may have kidney disease without knowing it,” warns France Rein. Since 1972, this structure has informed, supported and protected kidney patients. Since 2005, it has organized National Kidney Week in March, a campaign to prevent kidney disease.
This year, for “organizational reasons”, the event was not held at the Nevers Hospital on the usual dates. It will continue to be held, Tuesday, June 6, from 9:30 am to 5 pm, at the Chan Reception Level, near the Press Relay.
before it’s too late
“In France, there are six million people with kidney disease who don’t realize it,” says the association. “When they realize this, it is often too late and is synonymous with dialysis and/or transplantation.”
Through the hospital’s nephrology department, France Rein will inform and educate the public about kidney diseases and offer simple, free and anonymous check-ups.
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