A woman identified as Awuor Olivia is currently reeling in pain after her husband abandoned her when she was misdiagonised with cervical cancer.
According to the sources, Olivia had started feeling pain around her pelvic since warts had grown there, something which forced her to seek medical attention.
Unfortunately, after undergoing different test the hospital told her she had cervical cancer stage 4.
She later told her husband who dumped her stating that he couldn't live with a dying woman.
Olivia didn't lose hope as she started the preparation of her cancer treatment journey.
Luckily when tried to apply for the NHIF she was told that the insurance company doesn't accept unstamped letters from hospitals.
She had to find another hospital and did the test which came out negative. Reportedly the hospital claimed that the main cause of pain around her pelvic area was due to the work that she does while standing for long hours.
Currently, she is depressed since her marriage is broken and she has to look after her two babies.
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