After her story was published capturing attentions of many kenyans who are both mainstream and social media followers Bungoma woman Beatrice Makokha age 68 years can breath a sigh of relieve after the growth on her face was removed.
Beatrice who had a breathing difficulties after growth appears on the right side of her face covering her nostrils couldn't breath well
Beatrice can breath well and can afford a smile once again after Specialists at Moi Teach And Referral Hospital (MTRH) performed a successful surgery.
According to the hospital the team of specialists conducted several tests on her before performing the surgery.
The Hospital further stated that the surgeons removed
huge cystic growth on the right side of the face; covering eye, frontal bone.
The surgeons claimed the mass had 3 litres of dermoid fluid not involving the brain.
According to MTRH they claimed that they are monitoring her until she heals and will be discharged.
According to hospital management its estimated that the surgery costs 550,000/= and MTRH decided to do it for free as a form Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) .
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