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Baby Tomakam went for his 2nd review today.

The doctors suggested to the parents for the baby to be re-admitted for a second operation. However, the parents did not accept the suggestion and decided to take the baby home.

If there are any medical specialist teams interested in taking this cade on please let us know.

Thanks to our fabulous sponsors and donors and Alotau Hospital for your all your wonderful work.

Pictured: Baby boy Tomakam, a one month old, with his mother Opa and father Jack of Kavataria Village.

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News update 22/8/8: Baby Tomakam had an X-ray yesterday and his doctor will determine whether to undergo an operation or not. More updates will be informed as soon as I receive updates from Alotau.

One month old Baby boy Tomakam was born with a growth around his right eye. He was delivered by the Caring for Kiriwina Kavataria village VBA’s.

The parents are desperately in need of financial assistance to take the baby to Alotau Provincial Hospital for further review and tests before an operation is carried out.

The boy’s family needs further financial assistance for medical costs, transport costs and other associated costs.

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Pictured: Baby boy Tomakam, a one month old, with his mother Opa and father Jack of Kavataria Village.