CURE's hospital in San Pedro Sula is transforming the lives of children with disabilities and their families in Honduras through medical and spiritual healing.

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Henry's Story

Bowed legs don't keep young Henry from kicking the ball any more. Find out how Henry's life has been changed by surgery at the CURE Honduras hospital.

Read his story » Image of Henry kicking a soccer ball; Henry was healed through surgery at CURE International's hospital in Honduras (background image)

Transforming lives in Honduras

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