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PDS partners with PCP in another press conference. Standing are PDS Secretary Dr. Cecille Rosete, PDS President Dr. Angela Lavadia, (from left to right). Sitting are Dr. Christene Pearl Fernandez-Arandia, Dr. Noemi Salta-Ramos, Dr. Zharlah Gulmatico-Flores, Dr. Clarisse Mendoza (from left to right).

Press Conference for the Eczema Fair

Last July 11, 2017, the Philippine Dermatological Society, with the help of the Philippine College of Physicians, held a press conference at Annabel’s Restaurant in Tomas Morato to shed light on the importance of seeking consult with board certified PDS Dermatologists for any concerns about the skin, hair, and nails.

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PDS conducts Medical Mission with DOH Secretary Dr. Ubial at the Correctional Institute for Women

Upon the invitation of Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Paulyn Rosell-Ubial, the Philippine Dermatological Society was invited to look into the skin problems of the inmates of the Correctional Institute for Women in Mandaluyong City. The event was held on March 8, 2017, Wednesday,from 8 – 11 am, which happens to coincide with International Women's Day.

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PDS PARTNERS WITH DOH IN ESTABLISHING REGIONAL DERMATOLOGY CENTERS IN THE PHILIPPINES

DOH, in cooperation with PDS , conducted a consultative workshop on the establishment of Regional Centers of Dermatology nationwide last Feb. 15, 2017. Director Criselda Abesamis of the Health Facility Development Bureau will be working closely with PDS President Dr. Ma. Angela Lavadia and Dr. Winlove Mojica of UP-PGH. Dr. Flordeliz Casintahan (JRRMMC), Dr. Ma. Teresita Gabriel (RITM)and Dr. Francisco Rivera (RMC) were among the presenters.

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Acne

Acne is a common chronic skin disease that occurs due to blockage and/or inflammation of pilosebaceous units (hair follicles and sebaceous glands). Initiation of treatment should be done the soonest time possible to prevent scarring and pigmentation

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