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Laura's Story

Laura was perfectly healthy. She gave birth to our fourth son on November 27, 2012. In February 2013, three months after giving birth, she started feeling sick. She was misdiagnosed a few times and she had 28 grams of Proteinurea.

To read this and other personal stories, click here.

Save the Date - Community Education Programs

group shotJuly 17 8:30 pm (EST) - Welcome Webinar for those of you new to NephCure or just want to learn more about us!

August 14 8:30 pm (EST) - Back to School 101 brought to you by NephCure's Parent's Place, a web-based, online virtual support group.

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Research

NephCure Mourns the Passing of Dr. Michelle Winn
July 28, 2014

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Our goals are to advance research and to complement the efforts of the NIH and other agencies. NephCure and friends have committed over $13M to research.

Clinical Trials
Find and enroll in clinical trials and studies. Help researchers develop better treatments and discover causes for FSGS and Nephrotic Syndrome.

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Help us understand what you are going through and how we can best support you. Click here

Featured Researcher
Dr. Sean Barbour

Dr. Sean Barbour

University of British Columbia (Canada)

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Join the Kidney Network!

NephCureKidneyNetwork.org
1.866.NEPHCURE x29

Join the NephCure Kidney Network patient registry. By participating, you will help researchers discover new ways to develop treatments and potential cures for the kidney disease FSGS and Nephrotic Syndrome.  

About NephCure

The NephCure Foundation is the only organization committed exclusively to support research seeking the cause of the potentially debilitating kidney disease Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) and Nephrotic Syndrome, improve treatment and find a cure.

Proud Partners

NephCure - Silver Participant

The NephCure Foundation is the only organization committed exclusively to support research seeking the cause of the potentially debilitating kidney diseases, Nephrotic Syndrome and Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), improve treatment and find a cure.

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