Testing the
Untested

Reducing the
$124B CKD Burden
with Earlier Detection

Millions of Americans have chronic kidney disease (CKD) but just don't know it.

Undiagnosed cases may eventually progress to end-stage renal disease and require dialysis.

Smartphone-powered testing can improve access to care and help more people get tested.

CKD:
the silent killer

75 million
American adults are at risk for CKD. People with diabetes or hypertension are at the highest risk.

37 million
already have CKD.

90%
don’t know they have it.[1]

A
Disproportionate Burden
for Underserved Populations
4X
70%
Black Americans are almost four times more likely to develop kidney failure.
The number of Hispanics with kidney failure has increased by more than 70% since 2000.[2]