Debbie Birch, a kidney patient, flinches as a nurse draws a blood sample at a DaVita dialysis center in Nampa. Birch uses a home dialysis machine, but she must visit the clinic for blood tests on a regular basis.
Debbie Birch, a kidney patient, flinches as a nurse draws a blood sample at a DaVita dialysis center in Nampa. Birch uses a home dialysis machine, but she must visit the clinic for blood tests on a regular basis. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Debbie Birch, a kidney patient, flinches as a nurse draws a blood sample at a DaVita dialysis center in Nampa. Birch uses a home dialysis machine, but she must visit the clinic for blood tests on a regular basis. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Idaho kidney patients trapped between insurer, dialysis companies

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