WELCOME to the UPCM 89 store! The proceeds from purchase of the products sold in this store will go towards projects of the UPCM class 1989 to support the UP College of Medicine and UP-PGH. To order or see more products, go to our online store at http://www.cafepress.com/upcm89 or click on the product images. PGH […]Read more "Visit Our UPCM89 Store and Buy Something"
INTARMED: A giant leap of faith By Wen Del Rosario-Raymundo Sunday, July 20, 2008, from The Philippine Star (*Thanks for sending this on Bambi!) In 1982, I entered UP as part of the first-ever Integrated Liberal Arts and Medicine class. INTARMED began as an experimental Accelerated Medicine program that accepted 20 boys and 20 girls […]Read more "INTARMED: A Giant Leap of Faith"
It has always been the intention of this blog to help the members of the class keep in touch with each other and the activities in the UPCM and PGH. Thus, we are proud to announce the links to the Mu and Phi sororities/ fraternities on the blogroll (just look to the right side of […]Read more "NEW LINKS TO SORORITIES, FRATS, AND OTHER UPCM ORGANIZATIONS"
By CARLOS H. CONDE Published: April 30, 2008 in The New York Times MANILA — The Philippines is banning kidney transplants for foreigners, as part of a government crackdown on a growing but illicit trade in human organs bought from the poor, officials said Tuesday. The ban is expected to take effect next month. Foreigners […]Read more "Philippines Bans Kidney Transplants for Foreigners"
First Chapter By SANDEEP JAUHAR Published: January 11, 2008 New York Times I had been an intern less than an hour, and already I was running late. The sloping footpath leading up to the hospital was paved with gray cobblestones. My feet ached as my oversize leather sandals slipped on the rounded irregular rocks. The […]Read more "Intern: A Doctor’s Initiation"