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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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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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Richard from Uganda on Yesterday
Hallelujah! Richard's surgery went well -- more of the matter sticking out of his forehead has been removed! He has been moved from the ICU to the main ward for recovery. Our nurses are closely monitoring him. "I am glad he made it back. I was just so worried but also strong knowing God is with him," Margaret told us.
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Joy from Uganda on Yesterday
Viola and Joy are having a calm moment together. "The doctors told us that if Joy has no more complications, we will be discharged to go home," Viola spoke with a sense of excitement. Our nurses are closely monitoring Joy to make sure she is stable enough to go home. Please pray for Joy's continued healing and recovery.
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Florence from Uganda on 2 days ago
Florence is resting in the ICU after her second procedure. "I am strong knowing that my daughter is in safe hands," Hellen told us. Our nurses are monitoring Florence closely while treating infections. Please keep Florence in your healing prayers!
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Joy from Uganda on 2 days ago
Viola watches Joy while she sleeps. "I am seeing so much improvement from the last time we came. I am just so grateful for what CURE has done for my baby, whom everyone thought wouldn't make it," Viola spoke with her gaze locked upon her precious Joy.
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Richard from Uganda on 2 days ago
A quick shot as Margaret gets Richard ready for his second procedure today. "I am excited but a little nervous as well. I just hope all goes well," Margaret told us. We believe that God is going to work through our medical staff to transform Richard's life and give Magaret peace of mind knowing that He is in full control in the mighty name of Jesus!
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Prayers from Uganda on 2 days ago
Our medical officer is taking Prayers' vitals as Prossy looks on. Prayers needs to gain more weight before she can have surgery. "I feed her almost after every minute. I want her to gain more weight soon enough," Prossy told us. Please pray for Prayers to gain the needed weight, and for Prossy's peace during the waiting.
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Matilda from Uganda on Apr 08, 2021
Matilda was discharged over the Easter weekend! We didn't get a chance to say goodbye, but the doctor told us she was fine and stable enough to go home. We expected to see them again around the end of this month!
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Florence from Uganda on Apr 08, 2021
Florence had a nice little nap after breastfeeding this afternoon. "I am really happy that my girl has been worked on. She has also started sleeping well," Hellen told us. Florence's infections have been treated and are still being given antibiotics to help fight any traces that might be left. "CURE is such a beautiful place. Thank you so much for your great work," Hellen spoke with a grateful heart.
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Joy from Uganda on Apr 08, 2021
Joy has had a shunt installed in her head. A shunt is a small device that pumps out the excess water around her brain. She is still being kept in the main ward to be closely monitored. "Joy is much better now. I heard that if all goes well, we may be discharged soon," Viola spoke with a hint of excitement.
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Richard from Uganda on Apr 08, 2021
Guess who made it back! Yes! Magaret has brought Richard back for review. "We are so excited to be back. Richard is great and I believe he can get even better," Magaret told us with an excited voice. We believe Richard's tumor can be reduced even more. Our doctors are planning to approach it with a different plan of attack this time around. Please welcome this smiley pair back to CURE!
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Aston from Uganda on Apr 08, 2021
Praise the Lord! Aston was has greatly improvement and has been discharged! Before heading home, Sunday had so much to say: "I am so grateful for the love that CURE has shown me and my family. Please send my love to our friends (you, the donors) who have prayed with us through it all." Sunday said overwhelmed with emotion. "I feel my faith has even grown stronger while at CURE. I have gotten to see God at work in this place." He added. Great to hear that from a pastor. We expect to see them again towards the end of this month.
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