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Advice and support for families living with chronic kidney disease (CKD)

  • Get support

    Kidney Care UK has been helping people affected by kidney disease and their families for over 45 years. Our direct patient services are free of charge and provide support to thousands of patients and their families every year.

  • Young Adult Kidney Group (YAKG)

    Started in 2016 as a way for young people with kidney disease to come together, the Young Adult Kidney Group has grown into a safe place for young patients to support one another online.

  • Rare kidney conditions

    Rare kidney conditions affect around 70 in 100,000 people. Nearly all children with end-stage CKD have a rare disease. For at least 3 in 5 children and 1 in 9 adults with end-stage kidney disease, kidney failure is due to rare disease.