Monthly Archives: September 2013

Despite long life, all die – Fr. Bel R. San Luis, SVD – MBulletin – September 24, 2013

Despite long life, all die by Fr. Bel R. San Luis, SVD September 24, 2013  http://www.mb.com.ph/despite-long-life-all-die/ The world’s oldest man,  Salustiano “Shorty” Sanchez, one-time sugarcane worker born in Spain, died on September 20 in Grand Island, New York. [ROJoson’s Notes: Sanchez … Continue reading

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Delightful Feedback from Participants in UP-PGH Postgraduate Course – September 2013

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Delightful Feedback from Manny and Dindi – after PQA-MDH Visit – September 2013

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Delightful Feedback – Slideshare – September 25, 2013

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Breast Cancer Survivor IZaňo – 33 Years in Remission

Breast Cancer Survivor IZaňo – 33 Years in Remission

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Don’t Quit

I first encountered this poem in 1977 when Dr. Romeo Gutierrez gave this to me after I did not win a prize in the UP-PGH Surgical Forum. I almost quit but did not. I went on to win a prize … Continue reading

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SMS from Relatives of Patients Who Passed Away

Below are samples of texts that I received from relatives of my patients who pass away. Insights: Doctors cure sometimes, relief often, comfort always (from Hippocrates).  If cure is not attained, at least relief and comfort are given that are … Continue reading

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