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Protea Therapy 15h
This month, we celebrate those who were born with and differences ❣️ Look out for some more posts on over the coming weeks πŸ’ͺ🏼 This topic is close to Jess’ heart. In fact, she…
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Smile Train Africa Jul 1
This July, commemorates National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month . affects many children yet is treatable with . To find a partner hospital in visit or email us on info@smiletrainafrica.org.
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Smile Train Africa Jun 29
Looking forward to the pleasure of your company as we grow our knowledge on care at our weekly Telecleft Lectures in T Minus 30 minutes. Today we learn from Prof. Malick Diop on Surgical outreach. If you're interested, email us at Africa@smiletrain.org
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Smile Train India Jul 1
β€œTo do more for the world than the world does for you that is success.” – Henry Ford. This is the tenet that our partner doctors live by, as they strive to spread more through safe & successful surgeries during these uncertain times.
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Smile Train Africa Jun 29
Get your running kit ready & join us tomorrow for the ! It doesn’t matter how fast or how far you run- just take part. Let us inspire smiles and reach our goal of someone, somewhere in the world receiving free surgery. Register via
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IG: @themelaninshadesroom Jul 1
This young King was born with which left his nose underdeveloped at birth. He was bullied all his life and was called ugly because he looked different. Through it all he persevered! Today he is a; signed model, social media influencer and motivational speaker!! πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎ
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Smile Train India Jun 29
Our first webinar on assessment of 'Velopharyngeal Dysfunction' (VPD) received such an overwhelming response! Today, we are conducting the second session on VPD at 4 pm on treatment of this important aspect of comprehensive care. Stay tuned for updates.πŸ™‚ .
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@JPRAS Jun 27
Interested in surgery? Read this in this month comparing artificial bone substitute & iliac crest bone graft for ABG What’s your experience? VA:
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Justine Lee, MD, PhD Jun 29
Thank you ⁦⁩ for sharing our recent outcomes work especially ahead of the National & Awareness Month!! ⁦⁩ Psychological Impact of Repeated Surgeries in Teens w/
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Smile Train Africa Jun 30
Join friends and partners from across the world today for the as we raise $25,000 and let our communities know that is treatable for courtesy of ! Whether it's a run or power walk, let us do it for the kids! πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ…
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Dr Nicola Marie Stock Jul 1
It’s the and Awareness Month! At we strive to achieve high quality, accessible healthcare by conducting research that makes a impact. We couldn’t do this without everyone who participates in & supports our research - thank you! πŸ™ŒπŸŒŸ
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Dr Sunil Richardson Jun 28
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Smile Train India 6h
In these times of , where the internet helps us connect with people; we fondly recall a patient story called "downloading treatment, sharing !". Find out how early treatment helped Cheeku, who is now full of laughter.
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Smile Train India Jun 28
"Only love and compassion can bring true and lasting transformation." - . surgery is just the first step towards a lifelong journey of transformation. Here's little Rudrakshi, who underwent surgery at Rajdadiji Hospital, !
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Sneha Dwivedi Jun 30
A dire need to educate people on what CLEFT LIP OR CLEFT LIP PALATE IS! Humans who are born with this birth defect is not their mistake or their parents mistake or Something due to Solar eclipse. It happens to infants and then it stays with them for life time.
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Dr Terri MD 23h
Each year in the U.S., thousands of babies are born with a cleft, occurring when tissue in the baby’s upper lip or roof of the mouth does not join together completely during pregnancy.
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PEAK ENT 20h
Join us in raising and awareness! July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month-the time to spread awareness of the 1 in 700 children born with cleft each year and those born with craniofacial differences.
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Operation Smile 21h
Since July is National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness & Prevention Month, we encourage you to learn more about the risk factors surrounding conditions. Read more and share this information with your peers
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Kayte Jun 30
Cleft lip sweater made for me by Bree's Beauty Bar and Fashion
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Global Smile Foundation Jun 29
We earned a 2020 Platinum Seal of Transparency by sharing the metrics that matter most! Check out our updated GuideStar
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