Kenyan Researchers Seek East Africa's First Anti-Venom

November 04, 2019 05:26 AM
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In Kenya, snakebites kill at least 700 people a year, so local researchers are working to make effective treatment available at much lower costs to save lives.  It is dangerous work, handling large snakes armed with fangs and deadly poison. But extracting and processing that poison can save lives.  VOA's Jim Randle narrates our story.