KNH ejects 10 cancer patients over blood

A cancer patient undergoes radiotherapy at the Kenyatta National Hospital on March 23, 2015. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL | NATION MEDIA GROUP

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  • Ms Hellen Achieng, one of the affected patients, said they had been admitted to the women’s Ward 1B at the hospital for close to two weeks, with hopes of beginning their treatment.
  • “We were forcibly discharged on Thursday and most of the patients slept in the casualty corridor, before leaving on Friday morning,”

Ten cancer patients awaiting life-saving chemotherapy were discharged from Kenyatta National Hospital due to lack of blood, as shortage of the commodity bites.


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