Monthly Archives: October 2014

Breast Cancer Survivor Lily Tolentino – 10 Years in Remission

Originally posted on ROJoson Medical Clinic:
Ms. Lilia Tolentino underwent modified radical mastectomy for her breast cancer on October 27, 2004.  October 27, 2014 marks her 10th year in remission and she went to St. Jude Church on that day…

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Advance Directives and Advanced Instructions in Anticipated Death

During the past 2 weeks  (in October 2014) , I had intense first-hand encounter and experience with dying people who are close to me. This forced me to meditate again, on a lot of things, particularly on life and preparations … Continue reading

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Co-advocate on Saving Patients from Unnecessary Breast Operations

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – October 14, 2014 (#19)

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – September 10, 2014 (#19) October 14, 2014, Ms. M. Babac, a 41-year-old female came to me for second opinion after he was advised by another surgeon to…

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UPCM Unified Teacher Evaluation Tool (for Large Sessions)

Originally posted on ROJOSON's Blog on Medical Education:
UPCM Unified Teacher Evaluation Tool (for Large Sessions) 2007 – 2014- Effectively achieved the objectives of the session; Demonstrated mastery of the subject matter; Related the course to other courses and…

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – September 10, 2014 (#18)

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – September 10, 2014 (#18) September 10, 2014, Ms. B. de los Reyes was referred by her mother-in-law to me for a second opinion.  Ms. B. de los…

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Breast Cancer Survivor DR – 12 Years in Remission

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DR underwent subtotal mastectomy in December 2011 and then axillary dissection in March 2012.  She also underwent 6 cycles of chemotherapy.  I have not seen her for a long time until lately, first week…

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