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Explaining cleft lip and palate

By Guardian Exclusive
29 October 2022   |   9:23 am
Stakeholders and families have continued to lament the neglect and stigmatization of cleft patients. They lamented that amid stigma, discrimination, and social inequalities, they are made to endure psychological problems, like lowered self-esteem and difficulties in social interaction.

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