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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 10, 1983, Tokyo, Japan Pacific stars and stripes september 1983 births stripes will print the announcement of your Childs birth if you Send us the form provided at your military Hospital or Send a note with your both parents the baby sex and birth Tell us the Hospital where he or she was born either parents organization and duty unsigned requests cannot be mail the information to Pacific stars and Pacific Apo Philippines Rogerio and Moria Deirdre Edwina girl july Clark Guam Danny and Lisa Heather Dana and Stephanie Chari and Margarita Ariyo David Japan Junior Shutterbug Niney Earold Amira Shabazz of Subic Bay in the Philippines photographed this Farmers dance at Seoul korean Folk Paul and Sheri Shawn Yokosuka Ron and Linda Nathan Yokosuka Robert and Rosa Amy Yokosuka Billy and Rose Phillip Yokota Aloysius and Laura Aloysius Joseph Yokota Michael and Leslie Jason Yokosuka Eduordo and Brenda Shermaine Yokosuka Okinawa Kevin and Patricia Brendan july Glen and Paula Brandon july Thomas and Cheryl Jonathan july a and Diane Melissa july Camp John and Cindy Michael Donald and August Arin Camp Jared and Johnnie Jar Mae Mahealani Daniel and Janice Dana Camp and Bernie John Randy and Debbie Jamie Robert and Cathy Michael Robert and Shirley Scott wanted Junior shutterbugs Pacific stars and stripes is looking for Upan coming photog Raphers who would like to display their work on we will pick what we feel Are the Best of the entries and run them from time to time in this please mail your entries to Pacific desk Pacific stars and stripes Apo san Francisco 96503 we will return photos that Are accompanied by a self addressed please let us know your full your adress and your we will run photos from children 14 years old or kidney dialysis kids can adapt to it better than adults new York up some kids have to go to the Hospital three times a week and stay there for a few hours so they can keep they have to have a treatment called kidney kidney dialysis is like an artificial it cleans your blood when you dont have a working we talked Over the phone with Norman a professor of paediatrics and Medicine at the Yale University school of he told us that there Are different forms of there is one form called Haemodialysis where the kids go to the Hospital two or three times a week and they sit there for hours with a machine hooked up to them cleaning their they put Needles into their arms and the blood goes through a sort of they try to set up the kids who need dialysis from or to or in the evening so they can still go to they eat during the kidney dialysis and they do their Homework and we asked Siegel what sort of Side effects come with the dialysis he said that since the blood goes outside the body and into the it can make you feel and it can make you have depending on the rate at which Salt and water is it can make you feel kind of they have children come in to take treatments and sometimes children and adults Are treated at the same Siegel the children usually provide a major source of there younger and More they can learn to work around the kidney problems better than they also have a kind of dialysis where you have an operation done to your Chest and then you have a sort of fluid goes in from the sack into your stomach and then is drained out slowly into the sack and you can walk around with this treatment can be done at some people do peritoneal dialysis on them selves All Day Siegel others have their dialysis performed for eight or ten hours while there asleep at its possible for someone with dialysis to Lead Kenichi a reasonably Normal Siegel we have a patient despite the fact that he had Early severe kidney was a state Champion but for a More Normal life is More Likely when they have a kidney transplant what most often happens is that kids have dialysis treatments until a kidney for transplant becomes kids on dialysis have to be much More responsible in a they have to watch what they eat when they go out with they have to make sure they dont miss a their Bones Are More fragile and they cant play Contact sports like football and they have to take extra vitamins and lots of them take special blood pressure pills because their blood pressure is much higher than and usually the patients who Are on dialysis treatments Are Siegel told with the transplant operation it becomes possible to have a both for men and Siegel said its a Little hard to predict How kidney dialysis affects the child emotion some adapt to the treatments very some get depressed and have a poor self image and need help and two or three out of every million children have chronic kidney disease requiring dialysis or Siegel there is no cure right now and usually we dont know the specific cause for the development of kidney he dialysis or transplantation represent the Best substitute that we have for kidney before dialysis and children who have severe chronic kidney failure mostly Siegel told he also said that dialysis has made major strides since it was first talked about in the late its important that you take a very positive View of the possibilities for the treatment of children with kidney he although it sounds like a sad most kids can be treated very

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