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The Best Medicine

08/13/2019
A pair of hands hold medicine. Photo Credit: RTI International/ Muhammad Fadli

Photo Credit: RTI International/ Muhammad Fadli

The pain started when Surni was just a young woman. Each year, it got worse, and her leg grew bigger and bigger-- out of proportion with the rest of her body.

By her 15th birthday, it was swollen and heavy with joint-crushing pain, damaging her quality of life as much as her self-image. “After some time, I just felt different from everybody else,” she recounts, now age 38...

See the rest of the story on USAID Indonesia’s Exposure