Monthly Archives: January 2020

Breast Cancer Survivor Lelita Tuazon – 23 Years in Remission

January 28, 2020 I met the daughter of Ms. Lelita Tuazon who told me about her mother.  I operated on her mother in 1990.  I did a modified radical mastectomy.  She refused additional treatment – no chemotherapy no hormonal therapy.  … Continue reading

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Doctors need to talk about death instead of trying to keep patients alive at any cost

I like this title: Doctors need to talk about death instead of trying to keep patients alive at any cost. This was the title used by Kate Mclean in her article: Doctors Need To Talk About Death Instead Of Trying … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Survivor Corazon Bermudez – 10 Years in Remission

Corazon Bermudez from Dipolog was 65 years old when I did a modified radical mastectomy in 2010 in Manila Doctors Hospital.  Histopath: carcinoma-in-situ, 2.5 cm with negative nodes.  ERA and PRA were positive and HER-2-NEU was equivocal.  She was put … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Practice of Medicine

ROJoson’s Practice of Medicine   When I am not in my clinic seeing patients, When I am not in the operating rooms doing surgery, When I am not in the hospital making rounds,     I am usually at home … Continue reading

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ROJoson Medical Recordings in Clinic

Samples of usual ROJoson medical recordings in clinic ROJoson’s Way Done with a duplicate copy which is given to patient for keep, study and review. With illustrations. With explanations. With instructions. With signature as a sign of acknowledgement, understanding and … Continue reading

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Teaching patients on how to palpate for a lump

Patient Empowerment Program of ROJoson Teaching patient and her husband how to detect or feel for a true lump using my lump on my left arm. To enable them to detect surface lumps in any part of the body, particularly … Continue reading

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