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While you’re exploring the placement process—whether or not you’re experiencing an unplanned pregnancy—you’ll have many decisions to make and options through which to sort. Some of those decisions you’ll need to make will be medical-related. And these medical...
Description AIDS is a serious disease, first recognized as a distinct syndrome in 1981. This syndrome represents the late clinical stage of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), resulting in progressive damage to the immune system and in life-threatening infectious and noninfectious... Physician: Hepatitis A and the Institutionalized Child
Is Hepatitis A infection something that I should worry about in my internationally adopted child? Like the other forms of Hepatitis B & C, hepatitis A is a viral infection affecting the liver, and it generally results in lifelong immunity to the virus. In many developing countries, most... More U.S. Children Are Getting Their Shots
CDC Press Release The number of children in the nation receiving immunizations remains at an all time high, with significant increases in the coverage rates for varicella (chickenpox) and pnuemococcal conjugate vaccine, two of the most recent additions to the childhood immunization schedule....
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Democratic Republic of Congo
February 15, 2011, 5:43 pm
From what I have gathered, the Democratic Republic of Congo or DRC is located in Central Africa. This area is one of the poorest in the world, having the second lowest GDP per capita in the world. The reason for the poverty that prevails in this area is the fairly recent war that occurred there.... Your Time in the Hospital
June 29, 2009, 11:05 am
First and foremost, you should know that while you are in the hospital after the delivery of the child you intend to place for adoption, the child is your child. Not a ward of the state. Not the adoptive parent's child. The child is your child. You are not only responsible for the decisions but... International Adoption In The News
June 17, 2009, 7:39 pm
A few updates in the world of International Adoption:
Madonna's petetion for adoption of a little girl is granted the second time around from the courts of Malawi . Malawi's adoption laws normally require adoptive parents to live in country for a long period of time and Madonna's lack of...
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Hepatitis B - Adopting.org
Hepatitis B is a viral infection which affects the liver. If the person contracts the infection, it usually resolves within a few weeks and there are no further medical problems. If the person becomes a carrier of the virus, the liver can be
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We are planning to adopt a SN child from China. We have yet to review medicals, but there are a few I might consider who have a positive Hep B
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This is a very informative article about non-perinatal transmission of Hep B: PKIDs | Children and Hepatitis B Transmission _____ Elisabeth~ Me: 32, tubal issues, DH: 30, slight motility issues 2003: natural Healthy 7yo DD 3 losses/ectopic IVF #1 w ...
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Hepatitis B (HBV, Hep B) Transmission, Symptoms, Treatment ...
Learn about hepatitis B viral (HBV, Hep B) liver disease. Transmission of the virus is via blood, semen, saliva, broken skin around the mouth, genitals, or rectum. Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention information is included.
Hepatitis B (HBV, Hep B) Symptoms, Vaccine, Transmission ...
Read about hepatitis B (HBV, Hep B), a virus spread through infected blood or body secretions (blood, semen, vaginal discharge, breast milk, and saliva). Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment information is included in the article.