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“A few of my friends said my son Precious inherited this deformity from his grandfather and that condition cannot be medically healed. I never had peace when I heard that, but I started believing it and I was angry at myself,” said Precious' mo… Read more
“A few of my friends said my son Precious inherited this deformity from his grandfather and that condition cannot be medically healed. I never had peace when I heard that, but I started believing it and I was angry at myself,” said Precious' mother Rose.
Precious comes to CURE Malawi with a condition where both his hands have fingers which are fused together. Rose says that Precious’ grandfather had a similar condition. It has been really hard for Rose as she was encouraged not to seek medical help. “Just because his grandfather was not helped, does it mean my son will not be helped as well?”
Precious does not associate with the other children in his village because he is always made fun of due to his condition.
With little hope, Rose took Precious to a local community clinic where they were told to go to a hospital. Precious was examined and was encouraged to wait for CURE Malawi doctors who will visit the hospital on the mobile clinic in a few months. Precious was then seen by the CURE doctors and was booked to come to CURE Malawi for an operation to separate his fingers!
Rose shared with us how she felt the day she arrived at CURE, ”I just had this hope that overtook my joy and I am so excited to see my son Precious have his freedom!”
Please help us in prayers and support for Precious and his mother Rose who are here at CURE Malawi!
It's a happy Monday with little Precious at CURE Malawi. He had his wound inspection early and has been discharged to go home. Precious will be seen again at his local clinic in the first week of December, where the CURE doctors will schedule him for the next operation on his left hand. We look forward to the day this sweet smile returns to our hospital. Please keep Precious in your prayers while he journeys home safely.
Precious is hanging out with his hospital friends today waving at cars that pass by, eating kamba (the orange cheeto-like snack in his hand), racing wheelchairs, and taking lots of photos in the kid's ward. The doctors told Precious he'll be having a wound inspection next week on Tuesday. Until then, he'll continue playing with his friends and loving life at the hospital. Please pray for the healing of his hand and that his wound inspection will go well next week!
Precious is reading his Children's Action Bible in the playroom today with his mom. He's back to smiles and fun while waiting for his hand to heal. Precious is so sweet, and we love having him here with us at the hospital. He loves giving high-fives, napping, and hanging out with his mom! Please continue to keep Precious in your prayers while his hand heals!
Precious is in the operating room having his first surgery on his right hand. Dr. Maina and his assistant will be releasing Precious's middle and pinky fingers today. They plan to do the same on the other hand once this hand heals properly. Please keep Precious in your prayers while he's in surgery and his mom as she anxiously waits for her son to come out of the operating room!
Precious is still finishing up his medicine this week to get rid of his malaria. He'll most likely be having his first operation Monday. Until then, he's enjoying the rest of his week hanging out in the playroom with his mom and stylish new glasses. Please continue to keep Precious in your prayers as he prepares for his upcoming procedure.
Welcome to CURE Malawi Precious! This little guy came to our hospital this week with three of his fingers fused together on both hands. Precious is super sweet and loves saying, "Boh!" meaning "Hi!" to everyone who passes him in the kid's ward. We are excited for Precious' upcoming operation and look forward to seeing him use his future healing hands!
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