Large-scale Free Consultation on World Kidney Day
World Kidney Day aims at raising awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and reducing the impact of kidney disease on our body. It is celebrated annually on the second Thursday in March. In 2014, it comes on the day of 13 March.
Diabetes and high blood pressure are two common causes of chronic kidney disease (CKD), but most people do not realize that. This year, World Kidney Day focuses on encouraging ways to prevent kidney disease.
To advocate the importance of early treatment of kidney disease, Kidney Hospital, China will hold a large-scale free consultation on this day. On this day, many top-ranking nephrologists in China will come to our hospital to take part in the activity. You can get a through checkup of your condition and get free medical advices. This activity will last for one week from March 13, 2014 to March 18, 2014. If you want to get this free consultation, you can book it in advance. Now you can consult online doctor to get details about the activity.
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