CSF Conducts Bloodletting Program [ Thursday, 2nd of February 2017 | 9 months ago ]
The "Dugo Ko, Karugtong ng Buhay Mo!", a program in line with San Fernando's 16th Cityhood Anniversary this month, was organized by the City Health Office to provide Fernandino patients access to blood.
CHO reported that hundreds of patients have already benefitted from the collected blood under the program since its launching in 2013.
These were patients infected with dengue, suffering in cancer, and even those who undergo surgical operations.
Among those who supported the program were employees of the City Hall, personnel from the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire and Protection, and other government agencies.
Mayor Santiago hailed the blood donors for their support and praised them for their noble deed giving blood so others may live.
"You are all heroes for being an instrument to save others' lives" he added.
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