Tag Archives: DOH

Providing Health Care at a Distance

Providing Health Care at a Distance

  To plough through an archipelago of over 7,100 islands that covers 298,170 square kilometers with some 100 million in population, health care professionals in the Philippines have turned to ...

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Fortifying Children Against Cancer

Fortifying Children Against Cancer

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The campaign is not only morally urgent because the intended beneficiaries are young and vulnerable; it is a compelling task because these next-generation kids would form ...

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AIDS/HIV Afflicts Younger Generation

AIDS/HIV Afflicts Younger Generation

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The Old Scourge has not shown signs of weakening; it has only marked a demographic shift, afflicting a younger generation, in fact, the most economically productive ...

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Key Joint Health Undertaking Forged Between DOH and UP-PGH

Key Joint Health Undertaking Forged Between DOH and UP-PGH

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – The synergy with a tremendous public health implications has been consummated. In a cooperative venture that could dramatically change the health service delivery infrastructure this year, the ...

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CA Upholds Supplement ‘Warning-Label Rule’

CA Upholds Supplement ‘Warning-Label Rule’

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – What’s in a warning label? For health authorities, it is “clear intent” to protect public interest and to promote the general welfare. And this decidedly sound policy has ...

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