Pacific Partnership Medical Team Helps Rebuild Indonesian Boy’s Life

An 8-month-old Indonesian boy’s life has been rebuilt thanks to a joint Indonesian and Pacific Partnership medical team.

The boy in question, Hendra Mangadil, required approximately 5 hours of neurosurgery and maxillofacial surgery to correct a portion of his brain lining that was protruding through a hole in his skull between his eyes.

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2 Comments

June 12, 2012 · 6:33 am

2 responses to “Pacific Partnership Medical Team Helps Rebuild Indonesian Boy’s Life

  1. Jo Ann Hudson

    Amazing surgical work! How wonderful for this little boy!

  2. “…no complications …” Wow. What a blessing. Watching Mercy’s crew work so hard encourages me, thousands of miles away and in a different world, to work hard and keep others’ needs first.

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