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Herlen Mae from the Philippines on 3 days ago
Not surprisingly, Herlen looks as lovely sleeping peacefully as she does when she's awake! She went down for a cast change this morning, and then she got to head home. We'll see her back for an update soon!
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Ansareen from India on 3 days ago
Meet Ansareen, a beautiful young girl from Delhi!
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Abrar from India on 3 days ago
Abrar came in with both his parents today. They seemed relieved that his treatment is going very good. He's had his third plaster today and might have his braces soon! Please keep him in your prayers.
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Aaron from Uganda on May 25, 2017
Tomorrow morning Aaron is scheduled for surgery where our doctors will first treat his spina bifida before operating on his head. Please be praying for a successful operation and for strength for Annet.
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Lonjezo from Malawi on May 25, 2017
It's day one post op and Lonjezo isn't crying anymore, but she doesn't exactly look happy to be here either - she was in the physio department and we bet she wasn't looking forward to therapy!
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Hooke from Malawi on May 25, 2017
Margalita is such a dedicated mom, and we see her almost every day helping out Hooke with his physiotherapy - which he doesn't seem to mind a bit, fortunately! Physio Diana was teaching her how to do some stretches with him. Please be praying for him when turns start in a few days - they're often the painful part of the whole frame process and he might not be quite as cheery once they start.
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Waiswa from Uganda on May 25, 2017
In January, Waiswa returned for his check up and we saw that his doctors noted that he was feeding well, had no seizures or vomiting and that his wound site had healed beautifully. In March, Waiswa had another follow up, however, he missed that date. There has been several attempts made to call Rose, but unfortunately there has been no answer. Please continue to pray for Waiswa and his twin brother Kato!
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Kato from Uganda on May 25, 2017
In January, Kato returned for his check up where his doctors noted that he was feeding well, had no seizures or vomiting and that he had started moving his hands and arms when he was playing. In March, Kato had another follow up scheduled, however, he missed that date. There have been several attempts made to call Rose, but unfortunately, there has been no answer. Please continue to pray for Kato and his twin brother Waiswa!
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Marie from Niger on May 25, 2017
So Marie had another appointment with the doctor today and the results still aren't back. It's frustrating waiting on the lab, but Niger medical services are not known for their expedient service. Thankfully, Marie has a good attitude about everything and spent the rest of the day with our spiritual department learning about the Bible story where the sick man is lowered through the roof to see Jesus! The birthday hats didn't relate to the lesson at all, they were just for fun!
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Aboubacar from Niger on May 25, 2017
Aboubacar stopped in for a follow up appointment today! His bow has certainly decreased since we last saw him, but the doctors want to see him again in a few more months. They've also instructed his Dad to keep him on a diet with a lot of vitamin D to keep these bones straight as Aboubacar continues to grow!
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Marlya from Niger on May 25, 2017
Marlya stopped back in for a check up today and is doing great! She got her cast off and has been instructed to walk with support for a few months until we see her again for her next follow up in August!
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Masresha from Ethiopia on May 25, 2017
Masresha is here with us! Today she had a soft tissue release and it went really well! Please keep her in your prayers for a fast recovery!
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Hadiza from Niger on May 25, 2017
Hadiza had some fun hanging out with our spiritual staff today! Hadiza learned about the time the sick man had himself lowered through the roof by his friends so Jesus could heal him. After learning about the story, Hadiza and her friends colored the story in!
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Souraya from Niger on May 25, 2017
Our little lady had her follow up appointment today. The doctors are pleased with the way things are coming together, but they're asking Souraya to stay a little longer so a specialist can take a look at her wrist next week!
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Nafiou from Niger on May 25, 2017
Nafiou hung out with our spiritual staff where he learned about the Bible story where the sick man is lowered through the roof so he could reach Jesus and be healed!
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Chris is excited to join CURE for the same reason most of us are part of it: Seeing the Kingdom of God at work in kids lives. "Kids right now who can't walk, they're being carried, who can't go outside because their faces look different… they get to be kids again. Because of CURE… because of you and me and everyone else involved, kids will be kids again, and be able to walk and run.
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