Two years ago, Naomi (not her real name) faced an unexpected adversary – a breast cancer diagnosis. Rather than succumbing to despair, she embraced the challenge with courage and determination.Her journey led her to the doors of Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral, and Research Hospital, where a dedicated team of healthcare professionals became partners in her fight against cancer.The hospital’s commitment to excellence in patient care and cutting-edge research became a beacon of hope for her. From the initial diagnosis to the various stages of treatment, the medical team provided expert medical care and unwavering support. After going through a continuum of comprehensive cancer care, Naomi was definitely declared cancer-free.



To express her gratitude, she chose World Breast Care Day as a moment to give back. A beautifully adorned cake became a symbol of appreciation, representing the sweetness of the victory over adversity and the collaborative efforts of the medical team at Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral and Research Hospital.In an exclusive interview, she shared her thoughts on the hospital and the dedicated professionals who played a crucial role in her treatment.

“I am immensely grateful for the exceptional care I received at KUTRRH. The journey through cancer is undoubtedly challenging, but the support and expertise provided by the medical team here made all the difference.

Today, as I celebrate two years of survivorship, I want to express my gratitude for the outstanding medical care and the kindness and empathy shown by everyone at this hospital.” The occasion was poignant, marked by smiles, tears of joy, and a shared sense of accomplishment.

Hospital staff, including the medical team, administrators, and support staff, joined in the celebration, recognizing that the fight against breast cancer is not just a medical journey but a collective effort to support and uplift those facing the diagnosis.

Her story is a testament to the hospital’s commitment to providing not only medical expertise but also a nurturing environment that empowers individuals to overcome the challenges posed by breast cancer.

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