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Fédération Nationale d'Aide aux Insuffisants Rénaux
The National Federation for Aid to Renal Insufficiency patients was created in 1972 by some fifteen dialysed patients who wanted to improve the life and care of persons suffering from renal failure.They were convinced that a high-quality dialysis could stimulate a social, familial and recreative rehabilitation.
Today, after 30 years of existence, the FNAIR has 11 000 adherents and federates 24 regional organizations.
Association pour l'Information et la Recherche sur les Maladies Rénales Génétiques
The organization for information and research on renal genetic diseases was created in 1988 by some families and physicians to become a place of exchange, support and initiative to give information about genetic renal diseases and their prevention.
TRANS-FORME was created in 1989 by some sportive transplanted patients, accompanied by some physicians, all convinced by the happy issue of physical and sportive activity. Theu decided to create together TRANS-FORME, the Association Fédérative Française des Sportifs Transplantés et Dialysés.