This is Zini. She is 11 months old and youngest of 3 children. Her family lives about 70 miles from the hospital. Her mother was very pleased that they live in a house with wood floors and a bamboo ceiling. Her father buys fruits and vegetables from farms and then sells them. They are very happy with the out come of the surgery.Dr. Bryan Stamm examining patient before the patient is taken to surgery.After surgery with one of the beautiful quilts friends of Rotaplast made.
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