Hyderabad Hosts Kidney Run to Raise Awareness on Organ Health

Hyderabad witnessed a vibrant assembly of runners, including kidney patients and healthcare professionals, as they took part in the AINU Kidney Run at Gachibowli Stadium commemorating the forthcoming World Kidney Day 2024. The event, held on Sunday, drew mass participation and support, owing its success in part to the presence of Telangana Minister for Roads and Buildings and Cinematography, Komatireddy Venkat Reddy.

In an inter-disciplinary venture, the Asian Institute of Nephrology and Urology (AINU) joined forces with the Department of Neurosurgery and the Brain and Spine Society of Hyderabad to organize both AINU Kidney Run and Head Injury Awareness Programme concurrently. These initiatives aimed at highlighting the prevalent issues of chronic kidney diseases (CKD) and head injuries, respectively.

The significance of the AINU Kidney Run was underscored by the global struggle against CKD, which affects over 850 million individuals. Spearheading action, the event echoed a commitment to fostering developments in medical treatments and ensuring all-inclusive access to kidney healthcare.

Dr Varun, serving as a Nephrologist at AINU, commended the enthusiastic turnout and involvement in the run. He underlined its effectiveness not only in spreading awareness but also in spurring community-driven health intervention.

Source: The Assam Tribune

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