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Kinyin McKenzie the proof of why it’s ground zero for dialysis patients

kinyin mckenzie_and_dialysisBy Rebecca Puddy and Verity Edwards of The

Australian newspaper

Living nearly 450km from his homelands at Ernabella, dialysis patient Kinyin McKenzie has slept under a tree or a veranda in a town camp in Alice Springs for the past three years.

Despite funding a $500,000 study into renal dialysis for central Australians, the Federal Government has left the States...

 

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