Remembering the amazing woman in history, Dr. Fe Del Mundo, a Marinduquena

Today in Philippine History: August 6, 2011, Fe Del Mundo, the country’s distinguished Pediatrician and National Scientist who conducted important pioneering researches on infectious diseases and dedicated much of her life to the cause of pediatrics in the country, died of cardiac arrest. She died 3 months before her 100th birthday on November 27, having been born in Intramuros, Manila in 1911. She was the sixth of eight children of Bernardo Del Mundo, a prominent lawyer from Marinduque and Paz Villanueva. At age of 15 Dr. Del Mundo, entered the…

My involvement with the Medical Missions in Marinduque

Exactly six years ago today, I wrote an article in my blogs, the reasons why I participated during Marinduque International (MI Inc.) Medical Missions for the last six previous missions in the Philippines. My sentiments about volunteering is still applicable today. For those of you who had done or participated in a humanitarian project could probably identify and agree with me on this subject. The following article I am reposting today in case you have not read it. My advanced Happy Father’s Day greetings to all the Dads, Daddys, Papas and Fathers of the World!