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"Kidney Failure No Longer a Death Sentence"

9 March 2017

Kidney failure, once synonymous with a bleak prognosis, has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years. Gone are the days when a diagnosis of renal failure meant an inevitable decline into the shadows of mortality. Today, thanks to advancements in medical science, improved treatment modalities, and a growing emphasis on preventative care, individuals with kidney failure are rewriting their narratives, reclaiming hope, and embracing life with newfound vigor.

The landscape of renal healthcare has evolved significantly, offering a glimmer of optimism to those grappling with the challenges of kidney disease. One of the most pivotal breakthroughs has been the advent of renal replacement therapies, such as dialysis and kidney transplantation. These interventions have revolutionized the management of kidney failure, extending and enhancing the lives of countless individuals worldwide.

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Information compiled by Eunice Kilonzo, Sourced from Kenya Renal Association, Council of Governors, respective hospitals. INFOGRAPHIC| MICHAEL MOSOTA


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