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Physician: Leukemia in Chinese Girls?
Is Leukemia is a problem specific to children adopted from China? Is there a test that could be performed for leukemia prior to adopting, and most importantly, does hereditary a play a key factor in the diagnosis? In dealing with the medical aspects of international adoption, the usual...
Medical Progress in the Prevention of Neural Tube Defects
Each year spina bifida and anencephaly, the two most common forms of neural tube defects, occur in approximately 1 of every 1,000 pregnancies in the United States and in an estimated 300,000 newborns worldwide. Only recently have researchers made some progress in preventing these defects. The... Costa Rica: About the Country
Introduction :: Costa Rica Background: Although explored by the Spanish early in the 16th... Pakistan: About the Country
Introduction :: Pakistan Background: The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the...
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National Adoption Day!
November 20, 2011, 6:52 am
Yesterday was National Adoption Day and we did it up big. One year ago we adopted our three "Littles," then 1, 2 and 3 years. We have decided to make National Adoption Day the day we celebrate all 5 kids' adoptions.
We are going to be away from home on Thanksgiving -- a fact that is very... Defining an Orphan
January 4, 2012, 9:08 pm
Lately I have come across several opinion articles about the state of adoptions in Ethiopia. In these articles, the authors raise concerns about the boom of adoptions coming from Ethiopia. Statistics from the last several years would suggest that this boom has largely been the result of a shift... School Musicals and Homeland Visits
February 17, 2012, 12:57 pm
My Chinese-born daughter has been cast as an orphan in a school production of "Annie." She sings the songs until they are constantly cycling through my head. "No one cares for you a smidge when you're in an orphanage," she sings. "Empty belly life. Dirty smelly life."
The other members of...
"China" in the Adoption Forums
Reality TV & Adoptees
April 19, 2013, 3:31 pm
So after the discussion about the Duggards adopting I came across an article on TLC's "The Little People" adopting a 3-year-old boy from China (who also happens to have dwarfism). Apparently their entire adoption journey & presumably the child will be involved in the next season of the show. My...
Where do I start???
April 21, 2013, 7:44 pm
I am single, 37 and live in Virginia. I am looking to adopt a child under 5 years old. Prefer a girl, but it doesn't really matter.
I don't know whether I should do a domestic or international adoption.
I would like to adopt from China or a Native American, but I know it's near impossible...
Same Old Questions
April 16, 2013, 7:06 pm
I am sure these questions have been asked a million times, but I will go ahead and ask again. I hope I'm not being annoying. I have had the dream of adopting a deaf child for years, and after doing some research, I have found that China seems to have quite a few on various photolistings. I was...
Attachment Issues/ RAD how likely?
April 16, 2013, 8:59 am
Of all the possible adoption issues,I think RAD or severe attachment issues worry me the most because there is no known answer or "cure". I have been reading so many posts & articles about this that I am making myself sick with worry. Just how prevalent is this w/ China adoptions?
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Healing My Daughter's Brain
My daughter had a plan to commit suicide this spring, and it was a wake-up call that I will never forget. For many years, we have felt that our daughter, whom we adopted from China at the age of 1... My Adoption Story
Back in January, 2000, my husband and I decided that we wanted to start a family. We knew we couldn't have children, so we researched fertility treatments, in-vitro, you name it. Then my co-worker... The Story of Happiness and Celebration
Poor mothers sometimes left their babies in the fields hoping they would be picked up and cared for. The police gathered the babies and took them to hospitals and orphanages. It was called the...
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