Monthly Archives: October 2012

“What will happen to us when you die or become disabled?” – Patients’ Concern

“What will happen to us when you die or become disabled?” – Patients’ Concern Posted on October 27, 2012 October 28, 2012, Genith and Abigail, two patients of mine with history of breast cancer who are under my surveillance program and … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – 1999 (#9)

ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – 1999 (#9) Ms. Chua Le Chit consulted me for a second opinion in 1999. She was 58 years old then.  She had a mammography which showed calcifications.  She was previously advised by … Continue reading

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Free ROJoson Breast Specialist Clinical Breast Examination for MDH Secretaries and Staff – October 22 and 30, 2012; 1-4 pm

Free ROJoson Breast Specialist Clinical Breast Examination for MDH Secretaries and Staff – October 22 and 30, 2012; 1-4 pm Posted on October 19, 2012 I started giving free services for MDH Medical Secretaries and Staff last October 10, 2012. I offered … Continue reading

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Nipple Discharge – Watery – A Medical Anecdote – Learning Notes and Recommendations – 12oct14

Nipple Discharge – Watery – A Medical Anecdote – Learning Notes and Recommendations – 12oct14 Posted on October 14, 2012 October 11, 2012, Ms. CL came for her usual check-up with me for her watery nipple discharge. Ms. CL is now … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations [and Cancer Treatment] – October 13, 2012 (#8)

ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations [and Cancer Treatment] – October 13, 2012 (#8) Posted on October 14, 2012 ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – October 13, 2012 (#8) Jennifer P, a 36-year-old female entered my clinic office … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Survivor Melchora Gino – 15 Years in Remission

Breast Cancer Survivor Melchora Gino – 15 Years in Remission Posted on October 13, 2012 Ms. Melchora Gino was 50 years old back then in 1997 when I operated on her breast cancer.  I did a modified radical mastectomy.  The histopathology … Continue reading

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Family history of breast cancer as a risk factor

Family history of breast cancer as a risk factor Having a family history of breast cancer is a risk factor for a woman. A risk factor is anything that increases a person’s chance of getting a disease, here, we are … Continue reading

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