PKD Foundation research grants program – current project summaries

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To support work being done to find treatments and a cure, we have awarded 23 research grants and 5 fellowships to PKD researchers. We will spend nearly $2.4 million over the next two years (2018-2019) on these grants. The awardees represent top researchers and physician scientists throughout the United States, as well as Australia, Canada and Italy. See what they’re working on here.

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El propósito de este manual es proporcionar información sobre la enfermedad renal poliquística autosómica dominante (ERPAD). Será un documento útil para aquellas personas que tienen la enfermedad, para las que tienen riesgo de tenerla debido a un progenitor afectado, así como para los familiares y amigos involucrados. No está dirigido a los pacientes con enfermedad renal poliquística autosómica recesiva (ERPAR). Para los pacientes con esta enfermedad, hay un manual disponible en pkdcure.org. En lo sucesivo, nos referiremos a la ERPAD simplemente como ERP.

KETO-PKD Study

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