Faces of Tomorrow’s mission is to provide medical and surgical services to children with facial deformities around the world. We are culturally responsive and compassionate to the patients, their families, and the communities in which the mission serves.
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A huge thanks to our amazing volunteers Grace, Nurse Simone, Nurse Kristi, Gail (2013 Team FOT Auction Winner), Lori and their team for all their hard work putting together the 1st Annual Bowling for Brighter Smiles.
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With this generosity our team can bring bright smiles for brighter futures to more children in need.
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LEGAZPI CITY, Albay – Faces of Tomorrow (FOT), a group of American medical practitioners, held a five-day mission at the Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital (BRTTH), here.
Dr. Brian Rubinstein, FOT director, said 57 kids, the youngest being 18 months old, benefited from the corrective and s...
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Dr. Brian Rubinstein, FOT director, said 57 kids, the youngest being 18 months old, benefited from the corrective and surgical measures undertaken by his team. Children born with cleft lip and palate abound in Bicol. Composed of volunteer surgeons, doctors, nurses, and other medical practitioners, FOT conducted 43 cleft lip operations and 14 cleft palate facial surgeries on http://tur-info.ro/cialis-professional patients who came from different parts of the region.Read More: US Docs Bring Smiles to Bicol Children
Hi family and friends- this is a story to be told: we have a patient named Bernard, he is a six years old boy about three feet tall, full of life, loves playing with cell phones, reaching into pockets (trying to help himself) - he's curious to see the pictures that are being taken of him; we all can't wait until he sees a photo after surgery. He is an amazing little boy, with a curious nature. We grew to love this little guy in the first few hours of meeting him. He has stolen hearts in so many different ways.Read More: Found In A Tire - Bernard
Ella Mae is a 15-year-old lovely young woman. Many FOT team members commented on her sweet she was throughout the whole process of triage to buy cheap januvia surgery to recovery.
She has three siblings, and her favorite thing to do is to help her mother with household chores. She enjoys school and hopes to become a science teacher someday.Read More: Ella Mae - Tears of Happiness
Before leaving on this mission I was told that I would likely bond with at least one special child … and that turned out to be so true! My special connection was with a 14-year-old girl named Geneviv.
I first saw her during patient screening – a thin girl whose cleft lip was twisted in a way that exposed her front teeth.
Whenever I saw her she kept her head down, avoiding eye contact and follow link cialis discount even more the camera.Read More: Geneviv - Ready for the World