30 Apr '16, 4am

On a mission to transform smiles across Asia

Under normal circumstances in Singapore, a child like Izzad would have received corrective surgery at about three months old. Sadly, in impoverished regions across Asia where one in every 500 children is born with a cleft lip and/or palate, tens of thousands of babies do not have access to proper treatment. Reconstructive surgery takes only 45 minutes and is inexpensive, but many poverty-stricken families can ill afford it. Local healthcare facilities may also lack the resources necessary for surgical intervention.

Full article: https://alvinology.com/2016/04/30/mission-transform-smile...

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