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USTH Doctors guest on DZMM Teleradyo Good Vibes Show

Posted on 04/13/2018

Physicians from various subspecialties were the guests on different occasions in the radio television show on ABS-CBN DZMM Teleradyo during the Good Vibes portion hosted by Dr. Luisa Ticzon Puyat and TV anchor Nina Corpuz.

Dr. Elaine Cunanan, a consultant staff and the training officer of the Section of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Department of Medicine, guested last Dec 28, 2017 to talk about the ketogenic diet fad.

Dr. Daisy Tagarda, a graduate of the Section of Infectious Disease and a member of the Infection Prevention and Control Committee, educated listeners on Dengue and the Dengvaxia debacle on Jan 18, 2018.


Dr. Aileen Cynthia De Lara, a cardiologist and the executive officer of the Section of Cardiology and chair of the Philippine Heart Association Council on Women’s Cardiovascular Health, updated the public about the most recent international guidelines on high blood pressure on Jan 25, 2018, while Dr. Don Reyes, also a cardiologist, head and scientific coordinator of Advanced Cardiac Life Support training, and a member of the Philippine Heart Association Council on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation informed on and demonstrated cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for lay responders on Feb 1, 2018.


Dr. Sandra Navarra, an expert and key opinion leader in Rheumatology and Chief of the Section of Rheumatology, Department of Medicine, guested on February 8 to discuss about Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in line with Lupus Advocacy Week.


Dr. Eugene Regala, the training officer of Medical Oncology and a staff of the Benavides Cancer Institute of the UST Hospital guested on February 15, 2018 to talk about cancer and its prevention.

Dr. Luisa Ticzon Puyat, a graduate of the UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, was the inspirational speaker during the 2017 Graduation Ceremonies of the Residents and Fellows of the hospital held last December 15, 2017 at the BCI Auditorium. She is a practicing dermatologist and a public health advocate.


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