Treasure's first lifesaving surgery at CURE Uganda for hydrocephalus was successful. He underwent ETV, a procedure that creates an opening in the third ventricle floor in the brain to allow cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) trapped within the brain's ventricles to escape into its normal pathway. Dr. Tomson performed the procedure, and Treasure's mom said she was thankful for the successful surgery. "I was so worried when my son was taken to the operation room, I failed to eat. But I thank God He had done it for us and ask him to continue leading us in the healing journey," she said. Kindly continue praying for them. Thank you!
Gift had her first lifesaving surgery to correct her hydrocephalus. She underwent an ETV, a procedure that creates an opening in the third ventricle floor in the brain to allow cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) trapped within the brain's ventricles to escape into its normal pathway. Dr. Tomson performed the procedure and said this surgery, if successful, would help reduce fluid produced in the brain. Gift is now in the intensive care unit for close monitoring by our compassionate medical staff. All CURE patients are taken to the ICU before being transferred to the ward to ensure they heal as expected. Please pray for Gift as she recovers. Thank you!
Isaiah is back at CURE Uganda for a check-up after having surgery last month to correct his fallen fontanel. He is doing well and smiling. We give glory to God for this smile because we remember the day Isaiah came to the hospital with so many wounds and in so much pain. Thank you, Lord, for his progress thus far. His mom, Grace, says she is happy her son is okay. The surgery has been impactful. Doctors said Isaiah is doing well and are hoping for the best. Isaiah will be seen again next year in January. Please keep them in your prayers. Thank you!
Shanitah has been discharged from CURE Uganda after having lifesaving surgery to correct her hydrocephalus. She was doing well and smiling, and we give glory to God for her health! Her mom said she is thankful for CURE Uganda and its partners, who made her daughter's surgery possible. "Thank you for choosing to serve the vulnerable. We would not be alive if it were not for your support. May God bless you abundantly." Shanitah will attend a follow-up appointment at one of our mobile clinics at the end of the month. Her family requests your prayers for her healing journey. Thank you!
Maela was discharged from CURE Uganda after having an ETV procedure last week to correct her hydrocephalus. She was doing well, and her mom was so excited about the support they received at CURE Uganda and the lifesaving surgery Maela received. She was picked by her grandmom, who also extended appreciation to CURE Uganda and its donors. Maela will return for her follow-up appointment in one of our mobile clinics at the end of the month. Thank you for praying for her. The support of donors like you makes Maela’s lifesaving surgery possible!