Internationally adopted child who is a carrier of Hepatitis C antibodies. How important or significant is this information? Your question is not as easy a question to answer as it may appear. Hepatitis C is a virus which before we used to screen blood for it, was predominantly spread through blood transfusion. Someone who has […]
Being a physician and sharing in the lives of my families and young patients is what pediatrics is about. Every child has a story. Children that are internationally adopted have their own unique story. I wanted to somehow document my experiences with these families and share my experience with the internet community. “From the Eyes […]
We were away for a few years and now we decided to come back online with all of our medical and educational material for all to learn from Stay Tuned!Most of our classes are made, our online Medical Archives is in place and our Discussion forum is ready to become active. Dr George Rogu
Adoption In General Bedwetting Adoption Stress and International Adoption Reactive attachment disorder Newly adopted post-institutionalized children Signs that a child has been sexually abused Post-Adoption Medical Examination Infectious Diseases Giardia Infections H. Pylori Hepatitis B Hepatitis C HIV Infection Immunization records Positive PPD Salmonella enteritis Syphilis at birth Tuberculosis Gastro-Intestinal Diseases Persistent diarrhea in orphan […]
By Simon Hooper for CNN (CNN) — The world’s worst-kept secret was confirmed on Friday as Madonna flew out of Malawi after her nine-day “humanitarian mission” having apparently made arrangements to adopt a 13-month old boy. Read full Story at CNN: Who benefits from celebrity adoptions?
After speaking with numerous Adoption Agency directors, I came to the conclusion that because of the 2007 Hague accreditation process and Department of State regulations many agencies have been struggling with the educational component of the accreditation process.