Have you contacted your Members of Congress?

Have you contacted your Members of Congress to ask for their support of the Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage Bill?  If you haven’t yet, please do so!  Sign up for our Take Action Network and you will receive email alerts when action is needed on specific legislation.  You can also easily contact your Members of Congress through this program.

Click on the Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage page link to the right, and you’ll be taken to a page with the sponsors and co-sponsors of the Immuno Bills for both the House and the Senate.  If you see your Representative or Senator on this list, please send them an email to thank them for their support.  If you don’t see your Member of Congress listed, share your personal story with them and ask that they support this important piece of legislation!

A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to provide for extended months of Medicare coverage of immunosuppressive drugs for kidney transplant patients and other renal dialysis provisions.

H.R. 2969
Comprehensive Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage for Kidney Transplant Patients Act of 2011
112th Congress: 2011-2012
You can also read about the status of H.R.2969 here.

S. 1454
Comprehensive Immunosuppressive Drug Coverage for Kidney Transplant Patients Act of 2011
112th Congress: 2011-2012

You can also read about the status of S.1454 here.

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The National Kidney Foundation's advocacy movement is for all people affected by CKD, transplant candidates and recipients, living and potential donors, donor families and caregivers. We empower, educate and encourage you to get involved on issues relating to CKD, donation and transplantation.
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