MONTREAL, Nov. 5, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - The Kidney Foundation of Canada - Quebec Branch invites the media to the unveiling of the results of a Study on the Economics of Kidney Failure.
This information session will apprise journalists of the costs associated with dialysis, kidney transplantation's direct and indirect economic benefits to our health system, and the associated social costs. As the population ages and the incidence of diabetes increases, kidney failure numbers continue to climb. If every patient currently awaiting a kidney were to receive a transplant today, the healthcare system would save $50 million a year.
|WHO:||The Kidney Foundation of Canada - Quebec Branch|
|WHAT:||Results of the economic study conducted by Dr. Yves Rabeau|
|WHEN:||Tuesday, November 13, 2012|
|WHERE:|| Lord Berri Hotel - Senneville room
1199, Berri Street, Montreal
NOTE TO MEDIA:
Dr. Yves Rabeau (PhD), associate professor of management science at UQAM, as well as Dr. Michel R. Pâquet, nephrologist at CHUM's Notre-Dame Hospital and Chairman of The Kidney Foundation of Canada's Organ Donation Committee, will also be on hand to respond to media inquiries and conduct interviews on the topic.
Kindly confirm your attendance by November 9, 2012, at 3 p.m.
SOURCE: Kidney Foundation of Canada
For further information:
The Kidney Foundation of Canada - Quebec Branch 514-938-4515, ext. 225