RJPKC Ad Campaign Launched

November 14, 2016

The GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center have launched a series of ads featuring James Brown, CBS Sports/News broadcaster as part of an awareness campaign that aims to educate citizens in the D.C. market about kidney disease. The ads, which feature several different symptoms to be aware of, will run on the D.C. metro area’s cable networks starting in November. These ads, coupled with metro bus ads, radio, and digital ads, will motivate people to speak with their doctor and get checked for kidney disease. Most people don’t find out they have kidney disease until it is very advanced, but by catching kidney disease in its earliest stages, patients can work with doctors to manage their symptoms and lead a healthier life. Before you find out that way, find out this way.


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