While they understand the urgency to address the COVID-19 pandemic, their hearts go to thousands of Filipinos relying on services only the likes of a government tertiary hospital can provide.
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By RONALYN V. OLEA Bulatlat.com In this country, poor cancer patients who go to public hospitals for treatment have remote chances of surviving. I recently received a private message on Facebook calling for support for breast cancer awareness. As a response, I want to warn all those who battle against the disease not to rely…
By PAULINE GIDGET ESTELLA
With reports from Kristine Abigail Lingbaoan
Doctors of the Philippine General Hospital (PGH)who applied for a leave of absence (LOA) in protest of the UP Board of Regents’ (BOR’s) “unceremonious” removal of Dr. Jose Gonzales as the PGH director experience harassment.
More than the hospital administration’s apparent lack of political will, the rates increase only abets the growing neglect of social services by the national government, to the detriment of disadvantaged Filipinos. BY LARISSA MAE R. SUAREZ Philippine Collegian Posted by Bulatlat Vol. VII, No. 33, September 23-29, 2007 Rosa (not her real name) emerges from…