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Tom Henderson

Sterling Hanakahi, 73, and Anita Hanakahi, 70, of Tillamook say they were blindsided when Texas-based U.S. Renal Care executives announced they would close their kidney dialysis center in the coastal community Feb. 23. Anita has relied on the center for the past nine years. For her and 10 other local patients, she said, local dialysis treatment is a matter of life and death. | COURTESY OF ANITA HANAKAHI

Tillamook dialysis patients say they're in life-threatening limbo after closure Premium

A Texas-based company, U.S. Renal Care, vowed to keep its clinic open until patients had alternatives, but some of them say that's not happening
Feb 29