PKD Connection Blog

This National Kidney Month, follow the inspiring PKD journey of the Phelps family and how they’re finding hope for a better, healthier future. In part three of our blog series, Ashley writes a letter to her sons about how PKD […]

This year for National Kidney Month, we’re asking you to help raise awareness for PKD and give hope to future generations. All month long, we have followed the inspiring PKD stories of the Phelps and the Wiesman families – but […]

This National Kidney Month, follow the inspiring PKD journey of the Phelps family and how they’re finding hope for a better, healthier future. In part two of our blog series, Ashley opens up about the trials she experiences with her […]

This year for National Kidney Month, we’re asking you to help raise awareness for PKD and give hope to future generations. Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. suffer from PKD – but it doesn’t stop with them. This […]

Some people dream of having kids from a young age; they know how many children they want and plan their pregnancies accordingly. Others may become pregnant unexpectedly or may choose an independent lifestyle with no children. Then there are people […]

This National Kidney Month, follow the inspiring PKD journey of the Phelps family and how they’re finding hope for a better, healthier future. In part one of our blog series, Ashley and her husband Michael sit down for an open […]

This year for National Kidney Month, we’re asking you to help raise awareness for PKD and give hope to future generations. Entire generations of families across the country and all over the world are counting on us, and we cannot—will […]

Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease (ARPKD) is a rare genetic disorder affecting approximately one in 20,000 children. ARPKD affects both boys and girls alike and may cause death in the first month of life. Children who survive the newborn period […]