Source: Daily Nation
By Mutuma Mathiu
Tuesday March 7 2017
Six years ago, a retired engineer drowned in his own body fluids. His kidneys had failed due to hypertension and, over time, and with money hard to come by, he could not afford care in private hospitals.
The only public centre for dialysis, Kenyatta National Hospital, was a mess. In a country of 40 million people, about four million of whom have bad kidneys, there were four dialysis centres in the whole country. And the treatment must be carried out twice or thrice a week. Read More