Debra Wood, RN
3505 E. Frontage Rd., Suite 315
Tampa, FL 33607
The American Association of Kidney Patients helps patients cope with the emotional, physical, and social affects of kidney failure. It has several local chapters in communities across the United States.
Building 31, Room 9A06
31 Center Drive, MSC 2560
Bethesda, MD 20892-2560
This institute provides information about kidney disease and supports research into treatments for diabetes, kidney disease, and other serious conditions.
30 East 33rd St., Suite 1100
New York, NY 10016
The National Kidney Foundation provides information about kidney and urinary tract diseases. It seeks to prevent kidney diseases, improve the health of patients with kidney disease, and increase the number of organs available for transplant.
PO Box 2484
Richmond, VA 23218
(888) 894-6361 (patient information)
With the mission to "advance organ availability and transplanting," the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) provides top news stories relating to research and policies, as well as indepth data on organ donations and transplants dating back to 1986. On the "Resources" page, you'll find a link to publications, including fact sheets and patient brochures. You can also sign up for the organization's bimonthly magazine, which is free of charge to those in the US. The website contains an extensive list of links to related sites, library services, health calculators, and a glossary.
Last reviewed September 2012 by Brian Randall
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