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Kumari
She had surgery this year.

You have greatly helped Kumari. " This year, I had reconstructive surgery on my right hand." Kumari was studying to be a tailor when misfortune struck, and she discovered that she has leprosy. A patch on her right arm and slightly clawed hand were the first signs of leprosy. "I had started tailoring for the nearby neighbors and started earning. But leprosy being a socially stigmatized disease, all my dreams were shattered. "

Leprosy Relief trains healthcare staff to diagnose quickly and treat leprosy. Being a tailor, Kumari was worried about her consistent difficulties to sew. The medical staff is sensitive to her concern. Her surgery was successful. After several months of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, Kumari will return to her studies.

LEPROSY RELIEF

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Montreal, QC H4N 3H4
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