NKF kickoffs Kidney Innovation Summit hosted by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Advocacy in Action

By Michael J. Choi, MD, FNKF – NKF President, Clinical Director of Nephrology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

The best way to predict the future is to create it. – Abraham Lincoln.

With more than 26 million adults in the United States impacted by kidney disease and over 675,000 people with irreversible kidney failure, or end-stage renal disease (ESRD), who require dialysis or a kidney transplant to survive, the need for innovation that improves diagnosis, management, and treatment is imperative.

Innovation in kidney disease requires the creation of new technologies, software

Kidney Innovation Summit Kidney Innovation Summit – Washington, DC February 9-10, 2017

platforms, care delivery and coordination processes as well as improved education for patients, caregivers, and health providers. Innovation should aim to solve the most challenging problems of today and the future to improve the lives of those impacted by the disease.

NKF is the historic pioneer of scientific research and…

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