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Thursday 15th August 2013

Guy's Hospital carries out 1 in 10 of all UK kidney transplants

Description:
New figures published today show that 1 in 10 of all UK kidney transplants last year were carried out at Guy's Hospital.
Date:
Thursday 15th August 2013
Tuesday 2nd April 2013

Keeping Britain Alive: the NHS in a day

Keeping Britain Alive: the NHS in a day
Description:
Keeping Britain Alive: the NHS in a day is an 8-part documentary broadcast on Tuesdays on BBC 2 at 9pm.
Date:
Tuesday 2nd April 2013
Thursday 14th March 2013

Life after a kidney transplant

Life after a kidney transplant
Description:
Peter Hill was diagnosed with kidney disease at 33. Over the next 30 years, his kidneys gradually got worse and eventually failed. Peter started haemodialysis and went on the transplant list.
Date:
Thursday 14th March 2013

Having a work-life (and dialysis) balance

Having a work-life (and dialysis) balance
Description:
Nick Bundy was diagnosed with Alports syndrome in 1976 when he was 21 years old. The genetic condition caused his kidneys to fail. His father donated a kidney that lasted Nick for the next 35 years.
Date:
Thursday 14th March 2013
Wednesday 13th March 2013

New guidelines for acute kidney injury – a 'silent killer'

New guidelines for acute kidney injury – a 'silent killer'
Description:
Thursday 14 March is World Kidney Day. The theme is acute kidney injury (AKI); a serious condition that many have never heard of.
Date:
Wednesday 13th March 2013
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