HUMANITARIAN NEWS – South Korean doctors bring smiles to 190 deformed children

In humanitarian news, South Korean doctors provide free operations for Aulacese (Vietnamese) youth. As part of the South Korea’s Smile for Children program, the volunteer physicians from the country performed cleft lip and palate surgeries on 190 young people with the assistance of Aulacese colleagues. SK Telecom, a mobile telecommunications operator from South Korea, supplied the funding for the medical procedures and equipment. Our heartfelt gratitude, South Korean and Aulacese doctors; God bless your caring commitment to bringing positive change to these youths’ lives. Also many thanks, Smile for Children and SK Telecom, for supporting such a loving endeavor. May the sweet smiles of children continue to grace our world.

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