European Nephrologists, Nurses, Patients and Foundations have joined forces for the improvement of Kidney Health in Europe. EKHA is the means to achieve this.

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Join the 2017 European Kidney Forum on 11th April in Brussels!

2017 European Kidney Forum: Patients choice of treatment Hosted by the MEP Group for Kidney Health Tuesday, 11 April 2017 from 17:00-21:00 Forum and Networking Dinner at the EU Thon Hotel, Brussels There is a wide range of treatments for chronic kidney disease, ranging from traditional hospital dialysis, through to self- or home care, and […]
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The European Response to Chronic Diseases - the Role of Civil Society

In the past decade, international leaders and health advocates have consistently fought to put Non-communicable chronic diseases (NCDs) on the global agenda, not only the health agenda, but on top of the priorities that must be tackled with a Whole-of-Society, “health in all policies” approach. It resulted in a UN resolution, a WHO action plan […]
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Latest European Commission health e-newsletter addresses organ donation and transplant in the EU

Read the Health EU e-newsletter from the 10th of November here, featuring Belgian Member of the European Parliament Hilde Vautmans and Croatian Member Ivan Jakovčić, in light of the event on organ donation and transplant in the EU organised in cooperation with the Pulmonary Hypertension Association Europe (PHA Europe) in the European Parliament in Brussels to celebrate the […]
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