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Indigent Baby Girl with Hemangioma

As discussed at our last club meeting, on May 30 Rotarian Betty & the president Raymund brought the baby girl with hemangioma with her mother to the Chinese herbal doctor Tan's clinic which is located in Chinatown in Metro Manila. After Dr. Tan diagnosed the baby girl he recommended her to surgically remove the lump and go back to his clinic after the operation. In the meantime Dr. Tan prescri...
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Indigent Support in Usting Continued

Since our direction of how to take care of the indigent baby girl with hemangioma in Usting, Luksuhin, Alfonso, Cavite was altered to more natural remedy with the Chinese herbal doctor in Chinatown, Manila, instead of going through PGH (Philippine General Hospital) with the modern medicine which is catered to indigents based on our discussion at our last club meeting, our club president and the in...
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International Medical Assistance for National Emergency

During November 2015 through January 2016, RIMM (Rotary International Multinational Manila) coordinated a non-profit & non-government organization called Japan Heart, which dispatches Japanese volunteer medical doctors and nurses to ASEAN countries, with governmental organizations in the Philippines in order to provide their medical assistance in case of national emergencies. RIMM introduce...
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Medical Mission – Helping Babies of Indigent Mothers

Margie Plandiano, an undernourished single mother at Gulug Mangas II, asked for assistance for her baby born in 2014 as it had a golfball-size swelling on her left arm (possible infantile venous hemangiomas). The club drove both to the Provincial Health Center where Dr. Manzo examined the baby girl. She will probably require an operation along with blood transfusion as the large swelling is increa...
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