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June 6, 2012 | News

eGFRIf you are newly diagnosed with kidney disease, it can be overwhelming. Talking with someone who has shared your experience can help. The Kidney Foundation of Canada offers The Kidney Connect Program which connects individuals with others who have experience living with kidney disease and receiving treatments such as dialysis. To request peer support now, call 1-866-390-PEER (7337) or click here for more information.

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