Kidney Disease Prevention & Live organ Donation Awareness Seminar

Date(s) - 06/10/2018
2:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Introduction: Jain Samaj Manchester in association with Vanik Council UK have invited medical surgeons, doctors, nurses and patients who have undergone treatment to provide you with in depth information on these matters. This event will include talks on kidney disease, preventing kidney disease, as well as treatment options including dialysis and kidney transplants. You will also have an opportunity to have your questions answered by these professionals

Living donation is when someone donates one of their organs – usually a kidney – to someone else, whilst they are still alive. Most of us can live perfectly well with only one kidney, and yet nearly all of us have two.

Most often living donors are close relatives or friend of the recipient, but you can still donate an organ to someone you do not know.

You can also donate part of your liver.

Why do we need living donation?
Around 5,000 people in the UK are in need of a kidney transplant and across the UK, more than 250 patients died last year waiting for a kidney transplant, due to a shortage of organs

Date: 06th Oct 2018
Time: 2.30pm – Welcome & refreshments for 3pm start
Venue: 667-669 Stockport Road, Manchester M12 4QE

To register: Contact Pinal Shah on 07903 251150 or Mehul Mehta on 07932 726343
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Limited availability; first come first basis