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black history month webinar: 

a discussion on the apol1 gene
how african ancestry can affect your kidneys

February 15, 2024

Virtual

apol1 and kidney disease

new discoveries on the horizon

Everyone has the APOL1 gene but people with sub-Saharan African heritage may have variants of the gene that can cause kidney disease. Nephrologist Dr. Suneel Udani and our panelists will discuss how new research is changing how certain kidney diseases are diagnosed and treated.

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PANELISTS:

Dr. Suneel M. Udani, MD

Nephrology Associates of Northern Illinois and Indiana

Monica Fox

National Kidney Foundation of Illinois

Joann Howard

Patient

 

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DATE

Thursday, February 15, 2024

3:00 - 4:00 pm

 

LOCATION

Virtual

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The National Kidney Foundation of Illinois is able to support patients and families, conduct free educational seminars, and offer community screening days through the generosity of our passionate supporters, and a remarkable team of dedicated sponsors. For more information on sponsoring this program, contact Wesley Bauer at wbauer@nkfi.org or 312-321-1500. 

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