The Patient's Voice

Welcome to DPC's blog where you have the ability to share your thoughts and interact with others from the kidney community and beyond. It is a place of genuine connection as well as advocacy and support. Your voice and your stories are more powerful than any statistic or study.
By Tony B., Director of Research and Information
September 28, 2012
 

First off, the picture of me is a race and not an epic flood survival shot. However, I think it is a good reminder that anything can happen. In honor of National Preparedness Month and as a follow up to our Patient Education Call on the 25th, I wanted to keep with the monthly theme and write about what to include in an emergency diet. No, this isn’t when you find out that you have a last minute wedding to attend and need to fit into a tux or dress.

By Stephen C., Administrative Assistant
October 24, 2012
 

Sorry for the confusion, but we have decided to change the title of my monthly articles, because of the great new addition of our guest blogger Lindsey and her blog Stephen’s Journey. Don’t worry I will continue to provide articles each month!

Today, I wanted to share something that caught my eye recently. I was browsing our Facebook page in the morning as I often do to see what’s happening in the kidney community and I came across this article that Jessica posted.

By Tony B., Director of Research and Information
December 7, 2012
 

December 1st was World AIDS Awareness Day and I wanted to show how this disease relates to kidney disease. I meant to post this closer to the date of the day, however life happened and more specifically a multi-day board retreat (look for a blog shortly recapping the event). However, I have always believed it is better late than never.

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