Monthly Archives: May 2016

DOH Breast Cancer Medicines Access Program at PGH

Below is the process for referring breast cancer patients to the DOH chemo program in PGH Breast Care Center: 1. Establish tissue diagnosis. Should only be the ff: invasive ductal carcinoma, medullary, invasive lobular, mucinous, tubular 2. Establish patient’s stage. … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – 2012 (#30)

Ms. LMV, 32-year-old female, had BI-RADS 4A (suspicious for malignancy) report on her breast ultrasound on June 27, 2012.  She was advised breast operation.  There was no dominant breast mass palpated.  My primary clinical diagnosis was fibrocystic changes.  I recommended a … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – 2000 and 2013 (#28 and #29))

Ms. Helen Almazan relayed to me that she was scheduled in 2010 for operation for her breast masses by another surgeon.  I did a needle aspiration and the masses completely disappeared.  The breast masses were just macrocysts.  In May 2016, … Continue reading

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Reported Effectiveness of Conventional Medicine

Clinical Evidence published by the British Medical Journal (2007) analyzed common medical treatments to evaluate effectiveness which are supported by sufficient reliable evidence. A reviewed of approximately 2,500 medical treatments showed that: 13 percent were found to be beneficial 23 percent … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – 2013 (#27)

Ms. LS, 51-year-old female, had BI-RADS 4A (suspicious for malignancy) report on her breast ultrasound on July 12, 2013.  She was advised breast operation.  There was no dominant breast mass palpated.  My primary clinical diagnosis was fibrocystic changes.  I recommended … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations – 2003 (#26)

Ms. Elena Vicedo, 35-year-old female, was advised breast mass excision in 2003.  I just did a needle evaluation and aspiration.  The mass turned out to be a macrocyst.  She did have to undergo breast mass excision afterall. This year (May … Continue reading

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Herpes Simplex Labialis

Herpes simplex is a common viral infection that presents with localised blistering. If it affects the lips, it is called herpes simplex labialis. Treatment? Mild cases – spontaneously resolved within 2 weeks. Case in Point: May 16, 2016 (3 days … Continue reading

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