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Elvis from Uganda on Today
Here, our medical team is putting Elvis to sleep before the procedure begins. "I am happy that my son is being worked on today. I can't wait to have him back," Robina told us. Please join us in prayer for Elvis and send encouragement to Robina as they begin on this healing journey.
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Flora from Malawi on Today
When Flora came out of surgery, we went to visit her on the recovery bed. "I think I was in the operating room for less than an hour!" Flora exclaimed. We had to tell her that her surgery took about three to four hours. Flora was so surprised! We told her that many people are praying that her healing goes smoothly, and she was glad to hear it! Flora is healing up in the ward now. Please continue to send your encouragement and get-well wishes to her!
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Madalitso from Malawi on Today
Mada's X-rays are being reviewed to determine a course of action to help him. Please continue to pray for wisdom for our medical team to find the best way to help Mada and for patience and comfort for Mada in the waiting.
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Trinity from Malawi on Today
"I feel like I can help the younger ones here who are in grade five and below. I love to see others do better too," said Trinity. Despite her own treatment, which many times is painful, she teachers the little ones in her free time. How considerate is that! The prayers and the love of God are flowing out of Trinity to meet others with a blessing! She has become a tutor on her bed and a mentor for others. Well done, Trinity!
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Awa from Niger on Today
Dr. Uli did a great job! She cut the smaller bone (fibula) to stop it from growing. It will prevent complications in Awa's joints later on. She is now back in our ward, resting. She will be soon discharged. Please continue to pray for Awa!
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Nulu from Malawi on Today
Nulu is still being seen by our nurses and doctors for his arm and leg. Your encouraging messages are helping to keep his spirits up! Thank you for your prayers and get-well messages.
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Weruzani from Malawi on Today
"When I was home, I was able to attend school. Though it was hard sometimes to walk, and I would take a longer time. But I know that very soon after CURE doctors have cleaned up my bone, I will be fine," said Weru. He is being scheduled to undergo surgery hopefully this week! Please keep Weru in your prayers.
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Maria from Niger on Today
Maria is back in the ward ready for surgery. The doctors will remove the metal nail from her femur. Is a simple procedure, yet your prayers are needed. Maria is ready and all smiles! Will keep you updated!
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Michael from Kenya on Today
Michael had some more time to move around and see the hospital yesterday because his operation was canceled. So, Michael has a little more time to explore the hospital grounds before his surgery date. Meanwhile, please keep praying for Michael and his family as they wait.
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John from Kenya on Today
John went to the operating room yesterday. The doctors worked on his left leg. They determined that operating on one leg at a time will allow one leg to support the rest of his body to move as the other one heals. The surgery went really well. Please thank God for this step and pray for the healing process.
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Christian from the Philippines on Today
It was such a fine sight to see Christian smiling a day after his surgery! Unlike most kids who experience post-op pain, Christian doesn’t seem to feel any discomfort at all. To give him a boost as he recovers, Patient Ministry Coordinator read him your get-well messages! Your prayers and words of encouragement mean a whole lot to our patients and help with their healing and recovery! Thank you!
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Elmar from the Philippines on Today
Elmar’s stay with us has been short but sweet! Since he’s feeling fine post-op, he is now cleared to go home. Before saying goodbye, Patient Ministry Coordinator Mary Ann read him your get-well messages. “I am so thankful to everyone who showed me their support through their prayers and messages,” Elmar told us. Please continue to lift him up in your prayers that he will continue to recover and the seed of God’s Word, which has been planted in his heart, will continue to grow!
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Elvis from Uganda on Yesterday
Dr. Stephen is having a moment with Robina and telling her the preparations before tomorrow’s surgery. "You are to stop breastfeeding your baby by 5:30 am and start giving him clear fluids. This is to help prevent choking during the procedure," he explained. Robina nodded in agreement. Please join us in prayer for everything to go smoothly during the surgery.
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Letisha from Uganda on Yesterday
Please welcome Letsha back to the hospital. "It's great to bring Letchia back to the people whom I know really do care about her," Everline told us. Letisha's scar isn't healing properly and our doctors are discussing how to best approach it. Meanwhile, she is being given antibiotics to treat infections. Please pray for Letchia's healing.
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Florence from Uganda on Yesterday
Our nurses are taking Florence's vitals. She has been moved from the ICU to the main ward for a full recovery but has been having high temperatures. "She will be fine, we are closely monitoring her," one nurse told us. Florence's mom, Hellen, is confident that they are in the best place for Florence. "I know we are safe here," Hellen told us.
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