Kidney, Transplant and Diabetes Research Australia (KTDRA) is a disease specific affiliate of The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF).
Kaye Frearson is waiting for a life-changing phone call.
When diagnosed with IgA nephropathy, a form of kidney disease, Lawrence Staveley fought against the disease until his kidneys began to fail and dialysis was inevitable.
Your dedicated researchers are leading the way in ground-breaking new treatments for type 1 diabetes through the development of a 3D printer with the ability to print insulin-producing islet cells for transplant to treat this debilitating condition.
Darwin local Rob Smith is battling chronic kidney disease and has been on dialysis for the last 10 years of his life.
As a result of her type 1 diabetes, Jane Banning was diagnosed with chronic renal failure and looking at a life of daily dialysis.
One in three Australians are at risk of being diagnosed with chronic kidney disease in their lifetime.
An international project aimed at saving the lives of people who die each year at the hands of venomous snake bites in the South-East Nation of Myanmar (Burma) is underway at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
Margaret Harrigan was the first person in South Australia to receive an islet transplant as a treatment for her type 1 diabetes.
For 29-year-old Brad, constant hospital visits have been part of his life since he was seven months old.