President Donald Trump is directing the government to revamp the nation’s care for kidney disease, so that more people whose kidneys fail have a chance at early transplants and home dialysis — along with better prevention so patients don’t get that sick to begin with, NBC News reports. Kidney disease is a very common health issue among American adults and has been diagnosed to over 30 million people. The demand for new kidneys as a result of kidney failure is growing exponentially each year. Trump focuses to aim towards effective transplants and long-term kidney health rather than dialysis. Communities across the nation aim to raise money towards kidney disease, even our very own Chester County hosted a Kidney Walk back in 2016. Not only will this medical improvement help save millions of lives but also millions of Medicare dollars. President Trump is set to sign an executive order regarding the issue this Wednesday.