The Heartbeat: Snake venom harvesting in Kenya

In Kenya, the scarcity of snake venom poses a critical threat to the lives of numerous individuals who fall victim to snakebites. The shortage of snake venom, essential for the manufacture of anti-venom, has left medical facilities across the country grappling with limited resources to treat snakebite victims effectively. The dire situation calls for urgent intervention, with hundreds of individuals being bitten annually. However, a glimmer of hope emerges as a project to harvest venom for anti-venom production gains traction.
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