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An Appointment between A 10 Years Old Girl and Her Chinese Mom

An Appointment between A 10 Years Old Girl and Her Chinese Mom“Diana, are you willing to make an appointment with your Chinese mom? 10 years later let’s invite her to our home and then you have grown into a beautiful nurse. Therefore, you should follow the doctors’ advice to do treatment aggressively.” “I see.” This conversation occurred between her mom and Diana.

Brief introduction to Diana

Diana is a 10 years old girl from Kazakhstan. When she was still a fetus, her mother was infected by cytomegalovirus, leading to her developmental malformation. Her face is not well symmetric. Her left eye has no pupil. And her index finger on left hand was born no nail. When she was grown into 3 years old, her right kidney was removed due to severe water retention. When she was 9 years old, she was diagnosed with chronic nephritis. And in this year, chronic nephritis develops to chronic kidney failure and now she is in uremia.

Treatment in China

CKD is incurable so it should be treated for long term. Because of divorce, Diana’s mother has to shoulder the burden by herself. However, she does not give up hope. When she happened to know on website that Traditional Chinese Medicine has a good therapeutic effect on CKD, she took Diana to our hospital.

Though western medicine can eliminate symptoms, they have many side effects and impair the immunity severely. According to this case, our doctors make a treatment plan, which is mainly consisted of Chinese medicine, including 4M treatment (Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy, Medicated Foot Bath, Mai Kang Composition and various medicinal soup). They can set up a good blood environment for kidney self-healing and provide the damaged kidneys with essential nutrients so as to speed up recovery.
An Appointment between A 10 Years Old Girl and Her Chinese MomAfter a period of treatment, she is on the mend, so she makes such a appointment with her nurse. Hope she can recover soon.

If wealth is lost, you have lost nothing. If health is lost, you have lost everything! Therefore, if you are troubled by CKD, you should take treatment as early as possible. For more information, please leave a message below or consult online doctor directly.

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