Irene Botello, 35, of Fresno, has received dialysis care at a Fresno clinic since October 2016. Botello supports the Dialysis Patient Safety Act that would require minimum staffing, among other provisions, at California dialysis clinics. The bill moved out of the state Senate Appropriations Committee on May 25, 2017.
Irene Botello, 35, of Fresno, has received dialysis care at a Fresno clinic since October 2016. Botello supports the Dialysis Patient Safety Act that would require minimum staffing, among other provisions, at California dialysis clinics. The bill moved out of the state Senate Appropriations Committee on May 25, 2017. BARBARA ANDERSON banderson@fresnobee.com
Irene Botello, 35, of Fresno, has received dialysis care at a Fresno clinic since October 2016. Botello supports the Dialysis Patient Safety Act that would require minimum staffing, among other provisions, at California dialysis clinics. The bill moved out of the state Senate Appropriations Committee on May 25, 2017. BARBARA ANDERSON banderson@fresnobee.com

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