Meir Medical Center gives Indian patient the gift of being able to talk

Shambhavi “Sam” Jha, 20, thought that she would never be able to speak in a comprehensible way. Born with a cleft palate and tongue, it was hard for her to breathe, hear and talk.
“When I was young I had a huge amount of insecurity and fear that if something was said the person in front of me would not understand me, so I spoke very little and at a very low volume,” Jha told The Jerusalem Post.
But everything has since changed for Jha. And it all happened in Israel.
She and her family moved to the Jewish State a little over four years ago when her father was asked to manage an Indian bank in the country. Jha started studying at the International School in Even Yehuda.
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