Funding world class research into kidney disease, kidney transplants and longevity, working with doctors, nurses and researchers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
The Win Sabapathy Foundation for Kidney Research was set up in memory of Win Sabapathy to raise money and awareness for kidney research.
Win was a patient at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham where she received a successful kidney transplant in 1993. Over many years, she received dialysis and after her transplant benfitted enormously from the care and attention of Dr Graham Lipkin and many other doctors and nurses at the hospital.
Win sadly passed away in 2017 and then the Win Sabapathy Foundation for Kidney Research was created in her memory to help raise money for world-class research into fighting kidney disease, improving kidney transplants, and encouraging people to join the organ donor register or support family and friends through live organ donation.
The Foundation has a particular focus on supporting kidney patients in disadvantaged communities.
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