The Priest Hospital in central Bangkok sets up the centre to treat patients affected in recent weeks by the worst floods to hit Thailand in decades, the Bangkok Post reported.
Suphat Vanichchakarn, chairman of the centre, estimated that in Bangkok and neighbouring provinces there were up to 10,000 kidney disease patients in need of haemodialysis three times a week.
“Lacking access to essential treatment could be fatal for kidney disease patients.”
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