Close-Up-Focus-Doctor-Surgeon-Syringe-VaccineAs news about Kenyan women being given tetanus vaccinations laced with a sterilization drug known to cause spontaneous abortions and infertility raises serious questions about race- and gender-based medical crimes, a series of boycotts and probes have broken out in the country in an effort to get to the heart of the matter. In the midst of it all, disagreement still exists, with several parties at a standstill as accusations regarding the vaccinations’ true intent continue. On one side of the fence is Kenyan’s Health Ministry, who is administering the vaccinations. Along with them stands the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF, developers and suppliers of the drug. Stirring the pot — thankfully — are people like Dr. Stephen Karanja, head of the Catholic Doctors Association, along with Dr. Muhame Ngare of the Mercy Medical Centre. More