The Renal Program at St. Paul's Hospital supports individuals at every stage of kidney disease. Our focus is on the best possible health and quality of life for our patients and their families.
Glenn Miller needs a new kidney. But so do 513 other British Columbians.Read more
When Pam Easton heard her long-time friend Dale Langford was on dialysis and in need of a kidney, she didn't hesitate to offer hers.Read more
George Keulen was 28 years old when he was told he had only a few months to live. The cystic fibrosis he had been battling his entire life was taking over, leaving him unable to walk more than 20 steps without gasping for breath.Read more
There has been a spike in the proportion of organs coming from donors who have died of drug overdoses in British Columbia, says a leading transplant specialist.Read more
Re It Takes More Than Laws To Boost Organ Donations (Jan. 17): Important information in support of André Picard’s position that it takes more than laws to boost organ donation rates is the fact family members of severely brain injured patients overwhelmingly (90 per cent) agree to organ donation when they are asked.Read more
When Tenille Haberstock was considering what to give her brother for his 20th birthday, she didn’t head to the mall or go online to find the perfect present.Read more