The Arkansas Kidney Disease Commission (AKDC) was established by the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas through Act 450 of 1971 to establish a program for the care and treatment of persons suffering from chronic renal disease. The legislation charged the AKDC to “provide financial assistance for persons suffering from chronic renal disease who require life-saving care and treatment to the extent as determined by the Commission.”
If you suffer from chronic renal disease and need financial assistance for prescription medicines, Click Here to find out more about prescription drug services.
If you suffer from chronic renal disease and need financial assistance for dental services relating to kidney transplant, Click Here to find out more about dental services.
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