Incontinent teenager hopes for cure, ordinary life
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM At a glance, Muhammad Arfah looks like a typical teenage boy, healthy and cheerful. If you get a little closer, you'll find that he's not. The 14-year-old is incontinent, which means an unpleasant odor lingers around him constantly. Doctors at the Wahidin Sudirohusodo Hospital in Makassar, South Sulawesi, where he is a patient, say Muhammad suffers for epispadia, a rare abnormality that ...
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