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Would you like to take part in the DRINK Study?

DRINK Study

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The DRINK study is looking to recruit patients in the UK with polycystic kidney disease (known as ADPKD or PKD) to take part in a research study to determine how much water to drink.  Participants will be randomly assigned to either a daily prescription of high water intake or to continue with their usual drinking practices.

The aims of the study are:

  1. To determine whether it is possible and safe for people to drink an amount of water large enough to stop the body making a hormone called vasopressin.
  2. To see whether participants can effectively use a home urine test to measure whether or not they have had the right amount to drink

This study will give us the information we need to design a larger study to see whether drinking the right amount of water can preserve kidney function for longer.

If you are interested in taking part, please contact the study researchers directly:

Telephone: 01223 596471
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It would be particularly helpful to us to have more than one member of the same family in the study. If you have a relative with PKD, please pass this information to them.

Find out more about the DRINK study here.

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