Tanzania's House Speaker, Job Ndugai's treatment in India sets the world record as the most expensive EVER for a single medical procedure!

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For patients in need of an intestinal transplant, the average cost is a whopping $1,206,800 – the most expensive medical bill issued for a single procedure in the United States and probably in the world. Why so expensive?

It’s complex.
A transplant can take up to 12 hours to perform. While the majority of the cost of an intestinal transplant goes into hospital admission, procuring the organ alone costs tens of thousands of dollars, mostly for donor and recipient tissue typing and evaluation, and preserving the organ. The donors themselves cannot be paid.

A long recovery. The medical bill continues to stretch well after the surgery is over, given the need for rehabilitation, follow-up care, and the administration of anti-rejection drugs, or immuno-suppressants, that tell your body not to attack the transplanted organ. Hospital stays for intestinal transplants can last for several months.

It’s super risky. Intestinal transplant surgery carries a 50-50 mortality rate. Patients waiting to receive an intestinal transplant must have a life-threatening condition to warrant the surgery’s risk, including intestinal failure due to Crohn’s disease, short bowel syndrome, a digestive disorder, or advanced liver disease.

This medical procedure cost probably held the world record until the year 2017 when Tanzania's speaker Hon. Job Ndugai underwent an undisclosed procedure in India for an undisclosed ailment and the medical bill is claimed to be a whopping
$12,000,000!

So far efforts to get more information about the treatment from relevant sources have not been successful. If confirmed to be true this medical bill, which is more than ten times that of the most expensive in the United States, sets the new world record!
 

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For patients in need of an intestinal transplant, the average cost is a whopping $1,206,800 – the most expensive medical bill issued for a single procedure in the United States and probably in the world. Why so expensive?

It’s complex.
A transplant can take up to 12 hours to perform. While the majority of the cost of an intestinal transplant goes into hospital admission, procuring the organ alone costs tens of thousands of dollars, mostly for donor and recipient tissue typing and evaluation, and preserving the organ. The donors themselves cannot be paid.

A long recovery. The medical bill continues to stretch well after the surgery is over, given the need for rehabilitation, follow-up care, and the administration of anti-rejection drugs, or immuno-suppressants, that tell your body not to attack the transplanted organ. Hospital stays for intestinal transplants can last for several months.

It’s super risky. Intestinal transplant surgery carries a 50-50 mortality rate. Patients waiting to receive an intestinal transplant must have a life-threatening condition to warrant the surgery’s risk, including intestinal failure due to Crohn’s disease, short bowel syndrome, a digestive disorder, or advanced liver disease.

This medical procedure probably held the world record until the year 2017 when Tanzania's speaker Hon. Job Ndugai underwent an undisclosed procedure in India for an undisclosed ailment and the medical bill was a whopping
$12,000,000!

So far efforts to get more information about the treatment from relevant sources have not been successful.
Hiiiii, jamaa kavunja rekodi! Kamzidi aliyekuwa anashikilia rekodi hiyo karibu mara kumi! Kumbe Tanzania kuna watu wanatumbua keki ya taifa!
 

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For patients in need of an intestinal transplant, the average cost is a whopping $1,206,800 – the most expensive medical bill issued for a single procedure in the United States and probably in the world. Why so expensive?

It’s complex.
A transplant can take up to 12 hours to perform. While the majority of the cost of an intestinal transplant goes into hospital admission, procuring the organ alone costs tens of thousands of dollars, mostly for donor and recipient tissue typing and evaluation, and preserving the organ. The donors themselves cannot be paid.

A long recovery. The medical bill continues to stretch well after the surgery is over, given the need for rehabilitation, follow-up care, and the administration of anti-rejection drugs, or immuno-suppressants, that tell your body not to attack the transplanted organ. Hospital stays for intestinal transplants can last for several months.

It’s super risky. Intestinal transplant surgery carries a 50-50 mortality rate. Patients waiting to receive an intestinal transplant must have a life-threatening condition to warrant the surgery’s risk, including intestinal failure due to Crohn’s disease, short bowel syndrome, a digestive disorder, or advanced liver disease.

This medical procedure probably held the world record until the year 2017 when Tanzania's speaker Hon. Job Ndugai underwent an undisclosed procedure in India for an undisclosed ailment and the medical bill was a whopping
$12,000,000!

So far efforts to get more information about the treatment from relevant sources have not been successful.

Here’s What Every Organ in the Body Would Cost to Transplant
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Ndgai ametisha, terrible!
 

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For patients in need of an intestinal transplant, the average cost is a whopping $1,206,800 – the most expensive medical bill issued for a single procedure in the United States and probably in the world. Why so expensive?

It’s complex.
A transplant can take up to 12 hours to perform. While the majority of the cost of an intestinal transplant goes into hospital admission, procuring the organ alone costs tens of thousands of dollars, mostly for donor and recipient tissue typing and evaluation, and preserving the organ. The donors themselves cannot be paid.

A long recovery. The medical bill continues to stretch well after the surgery is over, given the need for rehabilitation, follow-up care, and the administration of anti-rejection drugs, or immuno-suppressants, that tell your body not to attack the transplanted organ. Hospital stays for intestinal transplants can last for several months.

It’s super risky. Intestinal transplant surgery carries a 50-50 mortality rate. Patients waiting to receive an intestinal transplant must have a life-threatening condition to warrant the surgery’s risk, including intestinal failure due to Crohn’s disease, short bowel syndrome, a digestive disorder, or advanced liver disease.

This medical procedure probably held the world record until the year 2017 when Tanzania's speaker Hon. Job Ndugai underwent an undisclosed procedure in India for an undisclosed ailment and the medical bill was a whopping
$12,000,000!

So far efforts to get more information about the treatment from relevant sources have not been successful.
Mheshimiwa Spikaaaaaaaaaaaa

Umemvua ubunge mwenzioooooooooo

Kumbe nawewe ni walewaleeeeeeeeee

Kadirio la Tsh. Bilion 29

Duuuuuuuuuuh
 

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Only in Tanzania where crooks and corrupt people run the country by pretending to be leaders.

For patients in need of an intestinal transplant, the average cost is a whopping $1,206,800 – the most expensive medical bill issued for a single procedure in the United States and probably in the world. Why so expensive?

It’s complex.
A transplant can take up to 12 hours to perform. While the majority of the cost of an intestinal transplant goes into hospital admission, procuring the organ alone costs tens of thousands of dollars, mostly for donor and recipient tissue typing and evaluation, and preserving the organ. The donors themselves cannot be paid.

A long recovery. The medical bill continues to stretch well after the surgery is over, given the need for rehabilitation, follow-up care, and the administration of anti-rejection drugs, or immuno-suppressants, that tell your body not to attack the transplanted organ. Hospital stays for intestinal transplants can last for several months.

It’s super risky. Intestinal transplant surgery carries a 50-50 mortality rate. Patients waiting to receive an intestinal transplant must have a life-threatening condition to warrant the surgery’s risk, including intestinal failure due to Crohn’s disease, short bowel syndrome, a digestive disorder, or advanced liver disease.

This medical procedure probably held the world record until the year 2017 when Tanzania's speaker Hon. Job Ndugai underwent an undisclosed procedure in India for an undisclosed ailment and the medical bill was a whopping
$12,000,000!

So far efforts to get more information about the treatment from relevant sources have not been successful.
 

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For patients in need of an intestinal transplant, the average cost is a whopping $1,206,800 – the most expensive medical bill issued for a single procedure in the United States and probably in the world. Why so expensive?

It’s complex.
A transplant can take up to 12 hours to perform. While the majority of the cost of an intestinal transplant goes into hospital admission, procuring the organ alone costs tens of thousands of dollars, mostly for donor and recipient tissue typing and evaluation, and preserving the organ. The donors themselves cannot be paid.

A long recovery. The medical bill continues to stretch well after the surgery is over, given the need for rehabilitation, follow-up care, and the administration of anti-rejection drugs, or immuno-suppressants, that tell your body not to attack the transplanted organ. Hospital stays for intestinal transplants can last for several months.

It’s super risky. Intestinal transplant surgery carries a 50-50 mortality rate. Patients waiting to receive an intestinal transplant must have a life-threatening condition to warrant the surgery’s risk, including intestinal failure due to Crohn’s disease, short bowel syndrome, a digestive disorder, or advanced liver disease.

This medical procedure cost probably held the world record until the year 2017 when Tanzania's speaker Hon. Job Ndugai underwent an undisclosed procedure in India for an undisclosed ailment and the medical bill is claimed to be a whopping
$12,000,000!

So far efforts to get more information about the treatment from relevant sources have not been successful. If confirmed to be true this medical bill, which is more than ten times that of the most expensive in the United States, sets the new world record!
Huo ni utoroshaji wa pesa, baada ya kutoka huko aliamriwa aandae na kufanikisha mazingira ya kumwua Lissu!
 

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Siku moja kabla ya Lisu kuvuliwa ubunge.
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Nadhani alifuata maelekezo.

Ndio maana yupo kama bendera baada ya haya matibabu

Yeye mwenyewe anasema mlikuwa mnataka afe??
 

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