Monthly Archives: April 2019

Breast Cancer Survivor Gloria Hortellano – 10 Years in Remission

Ms. Gloria Hortellano was 53 years old in April 27, 2009 when she underwent modified radical mastectomy by me.   The primary tumor was about 2.5 cm. Two nodes were positive for metastasis.  ERA / PRA were positive and HER-2-NUE was … Continue reading

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Desmoid Tumor – Abdominal Wall

29-year-old female with desmoid tumor on abdominal wall. With history of one cesarian section 2 years ago. Although desmoid tumors most commonly arise from the rectus abdominis muscle in postpartum women and in scars due to abdominal surgery, they may … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Survivor Aida Padiernos – 10 Years in Remission

Ms. Aida Padiernos was 51 years old in 2008 when she underwent modified radical mastectomy by me.   The primary tumor was about 3 cm. Two nodes were positive for metastasis.  She underwent 6 cycles of CMF (cyclophosphamide, methotrexate, and fluorouracil) … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Health Advisories

Welcome to RJOSON’S HEALTH ADVISORIES!   Practical health advisories from Dr. Reynaldo O. Joson – part of his Education for Health Development in the Philippines project – part of his initiative to empower the Filipino citizenry to take care of … Continue reading

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Online ROJoson Medical Clinic Advisories – History

Online ROJoson Medical Clinic Advisories (which include health advisories) officially started with websites (tripod.com – started 1990); then yahoogroups (2005); then WordPress.com (2010); Google Sites (2010); then Facebook (2011);  and Googlegroups (2013). My online publications constitute essentially public health education … Continue reading

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Carbuncle – Upper Back

Radical debridement using a cruciate incision. One month after One and a half month after 2 months after 2.5 months after – with granulation tissue which was excised. 3 months after – with scabs on granulation tissue and excised. ROJ@19apr4

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