Daily Life of Zimbabwean Patient Who Got rid of Dialysis

2017-04-28 17:48

Living a normal life is always the hope from all Kidney Disease patients. Here is a Zimbabwean patient with Lupus Nephritis gets rid of Dialysis successfully with Toxin-Removing Therapy and lives a normal life indeed.

She is EMA, 42 years old. Several days ago, she got rid of Dialysis successfully. With the improved body condition, her life quality also is improved greatly.

Follow us to see her daily life in our hospital...

See, she smiled after learning to ride bicycle. Like a child, we are also happy for her.

Daily Life of Zimbabwean Patient Who Got rid of Dialysis

They are going shopping! How happy they are!

Daily Life of Zimbabwean Patient Who Got rid of Dialysis

During her mother’s birthday, the medical staffs took a small party for her mother. We sang birthday song and ate birthday cake together. EMA expressed this was an unforgettable memory for them.

Daily Life of Zimbabwean Patient Who Got rid of Dialysis

Enjoying Chinese foods with their doctor and translator

Daily Life of Zimbabwean Patient Who Got rid of Dialysis

Living a normal life is not just a dream which can be achieved, but only if you take proper treatment timely and effectively.

If you are wondering more details about Toxin-Removing Treatment or get rid of dialysis, please leave message below or consult ONLINE DOCTOR for free. We will do utmost to help you. Best wishes!

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