Apply Now for the Paul Silver Tribute Award!
Applications are now being accepted for the annual Paul Silver Tribute Award. The award is open to young people with Alport Syndrome, ages 16-22.

Alport Syndrome Research Studies
Regulus Therapeutics is recruiting for a Phase II study to evaluate a new investigational agent, RG-012, in people with Alport syndrome. In addition, Regulus is still conducting an observational study to learn more about how the disease progresses. For more details, including international participating study locations, go to the study website.

Research Funding Announcement
Announcing funding of two $100,000 Alport Syndrome research projects.

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Annual Campaign for Healthy Kidneys
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Generosity NYC
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Stories and Videos

Family Stories
  • Robbie’s Story

    I was born with Alport Syndrome. It runs on my mother’s side of the family. They knew when I was born that I most likely had the disease. I have two older brothers and they also have Alport Syndrome and my mother is a carrier. As far as cousins and other family members, none have it that we are aware...

  • Missy’s Story

    My story starts when I was young, too young to really remember.  My mom says I was still wearing diapers, so I was only a year or two. She noticed the color of my urine was dark.  I went through all kinds of tests.

  • Lisa‘s Story

    When I was a senior in high school I started to become sick. I had just lost my father a few years prior and our family had barely started the process of trying to recover from that. I was just a rebellious kid who was terrified knowing that something wasn’t right with my body.

  • Todd‘s Story

    The first time I heard about Alport Syndrome was in the second grade when our family doctor told my parents I had the disease. Maybe being diagnosed with it early before I even understood anything about it was a blessing, since I really did not worry much about it.

Alport Syndrome Videos
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