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MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE FREE MEDICINES TO BREAST CANCER PATIENTS

The Department of Health, represented by Health Assistant Secretary Elmer Punzalan, and the Philippine Cancer Society, Inc. (PCSI) forged a Memorandum of Agreement to provide free medicines to breast cancer patients to be pilot initially in four hospitals, namely Philippine General Hospital (PGH), East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC), Rizal Medical Center (RMC) and the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center. The free medicines and services, worth approximately P45 M, will provide treatment for those cases detected early. Also in photo from left are PCSI Executive Director Dr. Rachel Marie Rosario, PGH Director Dr. Eric Domingo, PCSI Chairman Dr. Roberto Paterno, Dr. Ma. Victoria Abesamis from the EAMC, RMC Director Dr. Relito Saquilayan and Dr. Rolando Bautista from PITC Pharma. 29 October 2010, MRU-DOH

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Comments:1

  1. Lowelynne Fabian-Elardo Reply
    11/02/01

    Please inform us about the progress of this memorandum of agreement if was agreed and approved by our government.

    My mother-in-law has a probable breast cancer and we cannot afford to pay for her check-ups, operation and other treatments….

    We are badly needing for a help. Please…

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