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Eliminating kidney disease & diabetes
Kidney, Transplant & Diabetes Research Australia (KTDRA) is fundraising to support ground-breaking translational medical research that is helping to improve the lives of our family and friends suffering with kidney disease and diabetes.
Our aim is simple – to reduce and ultimately eliminate these chronic diseases in Australia and around the world.
Your chosen fundraising activity is a rewarding way to join the fight against harmful diseases affecting our families.Fundraise
Give in Honour
Is someone you love living with kidney disease or diabetes and you’d like to honour them? Or perhaps you’d like to give in memory. Every donation makes an impact!Give in Honour
Partner With Us
Become a corporate or community partner of Kidney, Transplant & Diabetes Research Australia. Align yourself with a worthy cause and support our mission to eliminate these chronic diseases.Partner With Us
With the generous support of the community, we fight to advance vital research to eliminate kidney disease and diabetes.
As the fastest growing chronic health problem in this country, diabetes affects nearly 5% of the population, or about 1.2 million Australians. Chronic kidney disease is also on the rise, affecting 1 in 10 Australians.
But the research we fund is helping people live well with these conditions.
Translating medical research into outcomes for patients as soon as possible.
We’re proud to support clinicians, scientists and students who continue to push the research boundaries in their fight to ultimately eliminate kidney disease and diabetes in Australia and around the world.
Together, we focus on translating science into clinical improvements and better quality of life for patients who suffer with these chronic and often disabling conditions.
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