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Lifestyle

Having Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) should not stop you leading a full and active life.

However you may need to make some changes because of your treatment. Support from other people may help. These may include health and social care professionals, family, friends and other people with CKD.


Getting the most out of your life

Nick's story

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Image of Nick Palmer
FINDING
OUT

DECLINE
IN KIDNEY
FUNCTION
PREPARING
FOR
DIALYSIS
DIALYSIS
OPTIONS

LIVING
WITH
DIALYSIS
WAITING
FOR A
TRANSPLANT
LIVING
WITH A
TRANSPLANT
THE
PRESENT
MY
MESSAGE

I was diagnosed with end stage kidney failure.
Now I am fit and well, I work full time for the National Kidney Federation and I am a committee member of the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Kidney Patients’ Association. Here’s my story…