Brisbane, (SLPOST) -Ayan continues to progress slowly but steadily. The healing of the cartilage and skin grafts is further advanced, and the mottled pigmentation will continue to resolve, with time. She has had a final clearance from Dr David Chin’s office today,
and Dr Michael Rutherford has completed the dental rehabilitation, and is finalizing the denture remodeling with the help of technician Paul Louda, in preparation for anticipated departure this week-end.
Ayan’s host family Suad and Abdi Ismail took her to the Gold Coast for the week-end, and John Kenny directed them to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for a glimpse of Australian fauna and fauna. Thanks also to other local members of the Somaliland community who continue to provide transport for the regular follow-up appointments.
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