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Diana from Kenya on Today
Diana's procedure was scheduled for today since yesterday was a national holiday in Kenya. Thankfully, her procedure is not complicated and we are glad that her journey towards healing is going as planned. Diana was with her auntie Beth in the OR waiting area ready to be cleared by our anesthetist. Diana's joy was written all over her face. Join us in prayer for Diana as she goes in for her procedure.
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Haward from Malawi on Today
Thank you so much for your prayers and encouraging messages while Haward was in the OR. His operation went really well! Haward is back in the ward but is in pain. Haward's mother is so happy and thankful that her son's operation was successful! As Haward is fighting the pain, your prayers and support are highly appreciated!
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Simeon from Malawi on Today
Good morning from Simeon! Our doctors have seen Simeon and decided to keep him a little longer. Simeon will have get a cast this week and then he will be going home. Thank you so much for your prayers and please keep sending those Get Well Messages and prayers for quick and smooth healing!
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Yuhan from the Philippines on Today
Yuhan is back in the hospital and showed us his new toy car! We spent time playing with him and “test driving” his new car around the lobby. After some play time, he was checked by Doctor Andrew and had his sutures and nose splint removed by the nurses. Not only was Yuhan happy about his new toy, he was so pleased with his new smile! We will see him again next year to check on his healing progress!
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Lee Andrie from the Philippines on Today
Lee Andrie’s surgery was just a quick one and thankfully, his stay with us has been a quick one as well! He is now cleared by the medical team to go home where he can continue to rest and recover. Lee Andrie and Lorna expressed their gratitude for the short but sweet time they had with us in the hospital. “I am more than happy and thankful for my son’s surgery,” Lorna shared before they left. Please be praying for them as they travel three hours on the road to get home!
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Elizabeth from the Philippines on Today
Elizabeth is back for a quick follow up and play time with our staff in the hospital! Doctor Andrew was happy to see her doing great three weeks after surgery! Her palate is healing well and she is now allowed to drink milk through the bottle without any worries of puncturing her operated palate. Thanks to your support and prayers, Elizabeth’s healing journey has been smooth sailing! We will see her again in two months!
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Jonah from the Philippines on Today
Jonah was as ready as could be when she went down the OR this morning. She was accompanied by Daddy JR in the room while the nurses prepared to give her medication to make her sleep during surgery. After she was sedated, she instantly dozed off and headed straight to dreamland. The medical team worked on cutting and reshaping the humerus (the long bone connecting the shoulder to the elbow) on Jonah’s left arm to correct the deformity. They then secured the bone pieces with pins to help straighten it as it heals. As soon as Jonah woke up, her surgery was already over! We celebrate with Jonah and her family for this milestone in her healing journey!
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Haward from Malawi on Today
Haward is in surgery as we speak. Our CURE Malawi doctors are separating Haward's joint fingers. Your payers and support are appreciated so much!
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Mgwayisi from Malawi on Today
Mgwayisi's mother has been helping the nurses clean the pin sites, making sure that the metal frame is free from infection. This week, Mgwayisi will be going home and will most likely come back for a follow-up after two to three months. Please keep her in your prayers as this girl is in her final stage of treatment.
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Ikram from Ethiopia on Today
Ikram's surgery went great! The doctors told her not to do any sports activities for the next six weeks to continue to heal. Other than that, she can continue walking and getting back to her daily routine. She is doing wonderful and resting in the ward!
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Amen from Ethiopia on Today
Amen is doing great and it is time to head back home! He will continue his healing from there and we will see him again in few days when he returns for his check-up. Please continue praying for this little one as he recovers!
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Simeon from Malawi on Today
Today started off well for Simeon! He is doing so much better without any swelling. This morning, Simeon has been eating snacks and our CURE Malawi doctors will see him tomorrow to decide if this cute boy needs a cast. Please keep Simeon in your prayers!
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Dorcas from Zambia on Today
Dorcas came back for a follow up visit and she was all smiles because her healing is near completion! She had one more little procedure on her left leg to complete the correction and she has gone back home, healed, and independent. The doctor would like to see how she does after one year. We are happy that this young girl has been given a chance at to have a bright future and we pray that she will now be enrolled in school especially now that she finds it easy to walk to school. Join us in thanking God for Dorcas's healing and we thank you for partnering with us in making her healing possible!
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Miten from Ethiopia on Today
Miten is taking everything step by step. The first step is she will have a serial casting, which means she will have casting for a couple of weeks to straighten her foot. And after that, the second step will be an operation. Please keep this young girl in your prayers as she starts her healing journey!
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Lee Andrie from the Philippines on Yesterday
Today is finally the day that Lee Andrie and Lorna have long prayed and waited for––Lee Andrie’s surgery day! Before he was wheeled down to the operating room, Child Mentor Patricia spent time with her and told her about the story of the blind man named Bartimaeus healed by Jesus. The story ended with Jesus saying to the blind man that he’s been healed because of his faith. “Do you have faith that Jesus will heal your arm?” Patricia asked Lee Andrie to which he said, "Yes." Lee Andrie expressed his faith by entrusting not just his surgery but his life to Jesus! Not long after, Lee Andrie was brought to the OR where the medical team successfully performed osteotomy which involved cutting and reshaping his humerus (the long bone connecting the shoulder to the elbow). Thank you for praying!
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