Leukemia Treatment in Kenya
A bone marrow transplant is a treatment that replaces bone marrow that isn’t creating enough healthy blood cells with healthy blood-forming stem cells. A bone marrow malignancy called chronic myeloid leukemia first affects the blood before spreading to other organs and tissues. In patients with chronic myeloid leukemia, the bone marrow overproduces white blood cells, eventually overloading the bone marrow and preventing it from producing normal blood cells. The Kenyan government is taking numerous steps to lower the mortality rate from leukemia. The most effective leukemia treatment for Kenyan patients was made possible by international collaboration on surgeon training and cutting-edge technology. The bone marrow transplant for Leukemia cost in Kenya is around $27000.