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Detail of photograph of Don Raphael Diaz
Detail of photograph of Don Raphael Diaz
Ed Kashi
Ed Kashi

Photojournalist and National Geographic storyteller Ed Kashi has traveled to rural Peru to document the effects of Chronic Kidney Disease of undetermined causes (CKDu), which risks turning into a global epidemic and may be exacerbated by global warming. Raphael Diaz, 53, lives in Sullana with his wife and two kids. For more than five years, Diaz, has spent three days per week on dialysis after being diagnosed with CKDu. With this series of OneShot videos, we give voice for the first time to the subject of the featured photograph.

Raphael Diaz — ©Ed Kashi/OneShot


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