PKD Connection Blog

The emotions connected with the end of one year and the start of a next are intriguing to me. I can tell I am getting older because the years appear to be passing faster than they did when I was […]

In 2013, we took the trip of a lifetime to Kenya. It is amazing what can be seen from a hot air balloon. From just 70 feet above the Masai Mara, thousands of wildebeests and zebras can be seen during […]

Well that went by fast! We cannot believe we’re reaching the end to another wonderful year at the PKD Foundation. Guess the saying is true: time flies by when you’re having fun, or in our case, when you love what […]

Time is a gift — a precious one that patients and families affected by any progressive disease often appreciate in a way that many people never do. Those living with PKD learn to be especially grateful for this moment and […]

Here at the PKD Foundation, there’s nothing we love more than dedicating our time and energy to helping others. We wanted to make an impact in our local community this holiday season, so we took part in a couple different […]

In the world of kidney care, research and education, the biggest event of the year is the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Kidney Week. The conference, held in November in San Diego, drew 13,000 attendees from 100 countries, and featured nearly […]

There are multiple countries in the world that have astonishing man-made structures. The Taj Mahal is a perfect example of art and architecture, seemingly floating above the ground in Agra, India. The Parthenon in Athens, Greece, rivals the Taj in […]

Bill Brazell is a longtime friend of the PKD Foundation. He served on the Board of Trustees from 2007-2013 and he has been involved for many years as a volunteer, advocate and donor to the PKD Foundation. When a former […]

I love this time of year as we are surrounded with friends, family and fun festivities. Throughout the holidays, there is a special feeling of love and friendship in the air. Decorations, twinkling lights and loved ones fill our homes […]