A transplant option for candidates who have a living donor who is medically able, but cannot donate a kidney to their intended candidate because they are incompatible (i.e. poorly matched); consists of two or more kidney donor/recipient pairs whose blood types are not compatible; the two recipients trade donors so that each recipient can receive a kidney with a compatible blood type.

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ADPKD Registry Annual Report 2021: What We’re Learning from Participants

ADPKD Registry Annual Report 2021: What We’re Learning from Participants

The ADPKD Registry was launched in September 2019. It is the first nationwide, patient-reported database for ADPKD, and so far over 2,300 people have signed up! By completing our modules, participants are providing valuable insights on ADPKD, diet and lifestyle, quality of life, living with liver cysts, family history, and pain. Each year, we plan to produce an annual report to share with you what we’re learning from participant responses to these modules.

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