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Do kidney problems run in your family?

Chronic kidney disease is a common condition that affects many people across the world. While some people have a known diagnosis, there are also many people who don’t know they have it. Take charge of your kidney health today by learning more about kidney disease, including who is at risk and the impact it can have on future generations.

APOL1-mediated kidney disease

There are different types of chronic kidney disease with different causes. APOL1-mediated kidney disease is caused by differences in your DNA. As you share some of your DNA with your blood relatives, this means
APOL1-mediated kidney disease can affect multiple people within the same family.

APOL1-mediated kidney disease is more likely to occur in the Black community. You can learn more about APOL1-mediated kidney disease here.

Right now, treatments for chronic kidney disease are only able to control some symptoms, like high blood pressure. So, clinical research is important to study potential treatments that could help improve kidney function or prevent it from getting worse, as well as to investigate the underlying cause of chronic kidney problems. Could you help by taking part in the AMPLITUDE clinical research study?

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