Government should fund treatment of cancer
Benson A. Mulemi, in an article published in Global Medicine this month, states that the incidence of cancer in Kenya is on the rise, with over 82,000 new cases reported annually. Kenyatta National Hospital, the only public institution that hosts most of the cancer experts and technology in Kenya, is currently overwhelmed with inpatient and outpatient cases and simply cannot cope. In fact, what is happening at the KNH is one of the worst tragedies in the history of healthcare delivery in Kenya.
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