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April 10, 2019

GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and GW Transplant Institute present a video to "Learn the Symptoms of Kidney Disease" with J. Keith Melancon, MD, Chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery, Director of the Transplant Institute, GW Hospital, Professor of Surgery

April 10, 2019

GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and GW Transplant Institute present a video on "What Happens at a Kidney Screening" with J. Keith Melancon, MD, Chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery, Director of the Transplant Institute, GW Hospital, Professor of Surgery.

April 10, 2019

The GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and GW Transplant Institute present a video on the "Causes of Kidney Disease" with J. Keith Melancon, MD, Chief of the Division of Transplant Surgery, Director of the Transplant Institute, GW Hospital, Professor of Surgery.

Kidney - Pairing Up
December 12, 2016

J. Keith Melancon, M.D., clapped Maurice Lucas, a retired Metro bus driver, on the back as he led him and his wife, Violet, through the door of the GW Transplant Institute at GW Hospital.

September 14, 2016

According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in three American adults is at risk for kidney disease. Some minority populations are at increased risk – Black Americans are 3 times more likely and Hispanics are 1½ times more likely to have kidney failure compared to White Americans.

Don't wait. Get tested today.
August 05, 2016

WASHINGTON (Aug. 3, 2016) — The George Washington University (GW) Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center has launched a kidney health education campaign in the Washington, D.C. area, which has the highest prevalence of kidney disease in the U.S.

Don't wait. Get tested today.
August 03, 2016

The George Washington University Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center has launched a kidney health education campaign in the Washington, D.C. area, which has the highest prevalence of kidney disease in the U.S. Advertisements encouraging residents to check their kidney health have started to appear on buses, with television, radio and digital media advertisements appearing throughout the next year.

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