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10th ISD&DE Congress & 2011 PAO Annual Meeting
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Aside from the spiritual renewal and the usual festivities that Christmas brings, the season always portends the end of the year. Commonly, we are amazed that another year has gone by so rapidly that just when we've gotten the hang of writing 2011, we'll soon have to shift to 2012. Between class, family, and group parties, let's take time to introspect. What have we done this year that distinguishes it from the past year? How will we make next year a better year? Can you list your accomplishments in 2011 and concretely say that you have become a better person to your family, friends, colleagues, and patients? To put it in the Christian perspective, have we proven to God that it was worth the trouble of sending his Son to us more than 2,000 years ago? Were we, are we, will we be worth saving? I exhort all members to strive to continue improving personally, professionally, and spiritually. We can be better doctors, better Filipinos, better humans. Let us deserve our epithets. Happy Holidays!




Carlos G. Naval, MD

 
 
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The Beginning and the End
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As we approach the end of the year, we know that a new year is about to begin. Another year of the expected, of the unforeseen, of the exciting, and of the mundane. We don't exactly know what will happen but we do know that it's not going to be the same as this year. Some events will affect us...

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The Beginning and the End
By
Carlos G. Naval, MD
President, PAO

As we approach the end of the year, we know that a new year is about to begin. Another year of the expected, of the unforeseen, of the exciting, and of the mundane. We don't exactly know what will happen but we do know that it's not going to be the same as this year. Some events will affect us...

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Thoughts of Food: NOCHE BUENA
By
Emiliano Bernardo III, MD

A party isn't a party without food, and a gathering isn't a great one without great food. As we already know food is the center of any Filipino event and the mother of all events on the Filipino calendar is Christmas. Though from a purely religious-Christian perspective, Easter should be the biggest event of all, but probably...

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