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The National Organization for Renal Disease
11018 AQUA VISTA 19, P.O.Box 1863
Studio City,CA,91614-0863,


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Last Updated: 09.27.13
   
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Medical Students, Premedical Students, Predental Students, Nursing Students, Prenursing Students, Pharmacy Students
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A multicultural health agency that provides awareness, early warning health screenings, health promotion and disease prevention tools,health education and the most current research to under insured ,under served, high- risk populations who are predisposed to develeloping kidney (renal) disease and (esrd), diabetes and hypertension (high blood pressure) that leads to kidney failure.

Renal transplantation promotion and educational materials, community outreach and health screenings are an integral part of our programs. The corporation endeavors to change the face of these illnesses through better remedies and therapies in their treatment modalities to serve affected communities in a progressive and comprehensive way.

Our goal is to alleviate some of the health care disparity and provide some access to health screenings and health care information to high- risk multicultural communities.
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