Dialysis and disaster: San Francisco's dialysis community remembers the Loma Prieta earthquake. Interview by Susan L. Robertson.

Unlike many regions of the United States that live with seasonal disasters such as hurricanes, snow storms, or flooding from torrential rains, the greatest threat of natural disaster in California still comes from earthquakes (TransPacific Renal Network, 1998). This was proven on October 17, 1989 when the Loma Prieta earthquake rolled through northern… CONTINUE READING