Next FREE Webinar, Mon. June 23 - Sign up today!

Join us on Monday, June 23 for our next FREE WEBINAR about home dialysis! See Nancy Spaeth, LIVE from Seattle, WA and learn How to Live a Good Life with Kidney Failure: Advice from a 42+ Year Patient. Nancy’s kidneys failed in 1966 when she was just 18 years old, and she went through a “Life and Death Committee” to get dialysis. She’s done PD, home HD, and now has a transplant (her fourth). Learn how to have a good life with kidney failure from someone who really knows!

The session will be held at:
6:00pm US Pacific time
7:00pm US Mountain time
8:00pm US Central time
9:00pm US Eastern time
11:00am (THURSDAY) Australia (Geelong) time

This is a web-based session; you don’t need a telephone to take part. To sign up, visit:

  1. If you are new to the WiZiQ site, click “Not a member? Register.” Fill in your name, email address, and choose a password, and click “Join Now.” When the session time rolls around, click “LAUNCH” and you’re in!

  2. If you have signed up for WiZiQ, Log in. When the session time rolls around, click “LAUNCH” and you’re in! (NOTE: WiZiQ has upgraded its site security so you may need a new password).

*To sign up for a PRIZE drawing and get an email reminder before the session, please send an email with “WEBINAR” in the subject heading to: Win a pair of headphones donated by Genesis Worldwide Enterprises! Or, nutrition supplements from VitalRemedyMD, Anasept antiseptic from Smith Biomedical, Topicaine ointment, from ESBA labs, Bleach wipes or ExSept Plus skin antiseptic from Alcavis, or a Duo-Care blood glucose & PB monitor from GenExel-Sein Co. All prizes were donated by companies with listings in our Helpful Products Catalog:

Nancy’s story is truly inspiring and we all have something to learn from her experiences. Although learning that one is losing or has lost their kidney function can be quite an emotional experience, just think back to a time when one didn’t have immediate alternatives. Today, nobody is turned away from dialysis. In fact, there are multiple choices. When Nancy experienced kidney failure, she had to go in front of a committee to see if she would live or die. WHat a harrowing experience that must have been! As bad as things may seem today, they are not nearly as bad as that.

And that’s not all, but to think she finished college, had two children and went back to nursing school — all while have CKF. WHat a live? And she’s still going strong and now is a grandmother. Yep, there sure cane be life after kidney failure, and on Monday you’ll get a chance to hear all about how one person never gave up and has lived a long, fulfilling and productive life while going through every conceivable renal replacement therapy.

Hi Folks

I gotten a # of emails some say the thing is on others say it off? Is it on or off?

Thanks Bob OBrien

It’s on! Just a few glitches in getting it scheduled right. I know it was a bit confusing, but aren’t we all from time to time?