Learn how 16-year-old Zayda Falcon and Camp for All are helping kids with kidney disease

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More than 50 million children are suffer from kidney disease. It’s on March 14, World Kidney Day, that we celebrate those brave kids and the communities dedicated to supporting them. Zayda Falcon, 16, was diagnosed with kidney disease at the age of 8.  Social worker at Children’s Memorial Hermann Cindie Gammon explains how to care for a child with life-altering diseases. CEO and President of Camp for All Pat Sorrells shares the impact of how Camp Shining Stars empowers and strengthens kids who have kidney disease every year. Zayda explains how her Facebook page, Zayda’s Z Force, raises awareness for people to understand her heartbreaking disease. Camp for All goes “Over the Edge” to raise  awareness and donations for children with kidney disease.

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