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A ‘healthy’ decision for Philippine healthcare
by Rafael Castillo, MD

P-NOY SCORED a three-point shot last week when he ordered the release of the “Morong 43”—health workers who were unlawfully arrested almost 11 months ago on charges that they were actually members of the New People’s Army training to make explosives

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Asean cardiovascular disease challenge
by Rafael Castillo, MD

THE SOLUTION in the region seems to be quite evident, but there is a big translational gap with apparently not enough effort—both from the medical community and the government—to narrow down the gap.

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Asean cardiovascular disease challenge
by Rafael Castillo, MD

THERE IS no question that addressing cardiovascular diseases (CVD) in Asia remains a top priority.

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The doctors’ ‘awakening’
by Rafael Castillo, MD

IT SEEMS DOCTORS HAVE NOW awakened from a deep slumber.

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Post-election depression
by Rafael Castillo, MD

THE ELECTIONS ARE OVER. ALL THE candidates—winners and losers alike—will have to settle down and be content with whatever cards fate dealt them. The winners will be excited and jubilant of their victory; the losers will have to lick their wounds and get up on their feet.

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Adding life to a few months of living
by Rafael Castillo, MD

Colorectal cancer has cut short the lives of two dear brothers of mine. My brother-in-law is now battling this formidable foe. So, somehow, I feel a connection whenever I encounter patients with this third leading cause of cancer deaths in the Philippines.

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The Dead Sea heals
by Rafael Castillo, MD

JERICHO, WESTBANK (PALESTINIAN Territory)—We’ve heard and read a lot of the healing properties of the Dead Sea, something which dates back to ancient times. Its water and mud are supposed to heal and beautify. The ancient Romans and Jews built bathhouses on the banks of the Dead Sea utilizing its water and mud.

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What makes people happy?
by Rafael Castillo, MD

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM is not really a popular tourist destination in Southeast Asia, but we were treated to a pleasant surprise after a short visit last week.

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