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Batting 1,000

This past July, the George Washington University Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center screened its 1,000th person for kidney disease. The center, established with a $2.5 million gift from the Ronald and Joy Paul Foundation, launched in November 2015 and is designed to educate the Washington, D.C., community about kidney disease, provide patients with information about treatment options, and promote the paired kidney exchange list. The center has been hosting free health screenings since its inception.

Patient at kidney screening