PKD Progress

PKD Progress is a quarterly publication covering the latest in polycystic kidney disease research and information. PKD Progress wouldn't be available without your help and interest in finding a cure for PKD. To help underwrite the cost of production of PKD Progress, please consider making a gift of $25. Your generosity and involvement makes a difference. Click here to make a donation!

 

PKD Progress - Fall 2013  

PKD Progress

Volume 29 | Issue 2 | Fall 2013

In this issue:

  • Letter from the Chairman of the Board
  • Finding Treatments: Patient Participation is Key
  • Walk for PKD: One Step at a Time
  • Elevating the Patients' Voice
  • PKD Community Celebrates Awareness Day

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PKD Progress  

PKD Progress

Volume 29 | Issue 1 | Spring/Summer 2013

In this issue:

  • Message from the CEO: tolvaptan and drug repurposing momentum
  • Research: Core research grants program promotes PKD research by supporting core labs
  • Education: Providing compassion, connections and education for parents of children with PKD
  • Advocacy: United on the Hill and how you can make a difference locally year-round
  • Support: Unite to fight and Walk for PKD
  • Awareness: Updated Progress and homepage improvements

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PKD Progress  

PKD Progress

Volume 28 | Issue 3 | Fall 2012/Winter 2013

  • Celebrating Progress
  • 30 Milestones in 30 Years
  • Giving Thanks for Our Many Supporters
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PKD Progress

Volume 28 | Issue 2 | Summer 2012

  • Walk for PKD: Fundraising Tips
  • Volunteer Events and Photos
  • Honoring Our Country's Heroes
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PKD Progress

Volume 28 | Issue 1 | Spring 2012

  • Meet Our New CEO and President
  • The Latest in PKD Research
  • Answers to Your Questions on ARPKD
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PKD Progress

Volume 27 | Issue 3 | Fall/Winter 2011

  • Caregivers and Stress
  • Cardiovascular Q and A's
  • Runners and Authors Making a Difference
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PKD Progress

Volume 27 | Issue 2 | Summer 2011

  • Experts Weigh In on Nutrition
  • Step Up to Fight PKD
  • The Results Are In: See if Three Clinical Trials Make the Grade
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PKD Progress

Volume 27 | Issue 1 | Spring 2011

  • KidneyLink Turns 1
  • Dan Larson: 17 Years of Leadership
  • Research and Drug Development: Promising Updates on Testing
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PKD Progress

Volume 26 | Issue 4 | Winter 2010

  • Holiday Eating Without the Guilt
  • Meet Our New Drug Development Advisory Group
  • Illinois Family Copes with Loss of One Child, Copes with Battle of Another
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PKD Progress

Volume 26 | Issue 3 | Fall 2010

  • Walk for PKD and Your Health
  • PKD Stops with Me: A Personal Mission for Kansas Mom
  • Meet Jill Panetta, PhD: The Brain Behind the PKD Foundation's New Drug Discovery Program
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PKD Progress

Volume 26 | Issue 2 | Summer 2010

  • Cystic Kidney Disease in Children
  • Helping Your Child Cope: Emotional Issues and Trauma Caused by PKD
  • Advocacy Update: Health care reform and its impact on PKD
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PKD Progress

Volume 26 | Issue 1 | Spring 2010

  • PKD Research Discoveries and Advances
  • What's New on Capitol Hill in 2010
  • Remarkable Progress Highlights ASN Meeting
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