PKD Connection Blog

“Wow—so much to do—don’t get bogged down with the burden of disease. Try to keep your composure and quality of life.” This was the start of a message I recently received from my nephrologist. This great advice, while sometimes easier […]

In our ongoing adventure to test the cooking aptitude of the PKD Foundation staff, Joe Berrigan, our Community Fundraising Specialist, and sous-chef, Lando, made spicy sweet potato fries from our PKD cookbook, Cooking Well. Here’s what they had to say: […]

With winter weather persisting, it might be cold outside, but you don’t have to be! If you’re a fan of keeping it cozy with soups and stews, then you have to check out our PKD cookbook, Cooking Well. This week, […]

On January 22, 2017, our esteemed Co-Founder, Jared J. Grantham, M.D., passed away. In the year since his passing, we have done our best to honor his legacy of dedication to advancing PKD research and supporting patients. As tribute to […]

Giving back has been a very important part of my journey since 2004 when I first learned of the PKD Foundation. I founded a local Chapter in Pennsylvania and shared my story in front of an audience for the first […]

This week, we called on our in-house graphic designer, Glenn McMillan, and his wife, Tessa, to try the Apple Muffin recipe from Cooking Well. They said the muffins turned out great. They had fun baking together and even shared this beautiful […]

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