Duterte’s health not cause for alarm, says health secretary

Duterte’s health not cause for alarm, says health secretary

Manila: Philippines’ Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said Filipinos need not be alarmed over the status of President Rodrigo Duterte’s health, saying that he does not see any visible

Duterte’s health not cause for alarm, says health secretary

The palace will come out with a medical bulletin on the status of the leader’s healthManila: Philippines’ Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said

Duterte’s health not cause for alarm, says health

Manila: Philippines’ Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said Filipinos need not be alarmed over the status of President Rodrigo Duterte’s health, saying that he does not see any visible indication that the 73-year-old leader is seriously ill.

Duterte’s health not cause for alarm, says health secretary

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MANILA, Philippines – Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo said the public should only be concerned about President Rodrigo Duterte’s state of health if he himself says there’s a cause for alarm.

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“There has been no change in the health policy direction of the DOH. The ‘Ubial’ Health Agenda is a mere rehash of the Aquino Health Agenda and the other Health Sector Reform Agenda of previous administrations that miserably failed to guarantee health for all,” said Carabeo.

Amid questions on Duterte’s health, Bong Go releases

Jun 15, 2017 · “The health of the president is a national security issue especially now that we have a security crisis in Marawi and martial law in Mindanao,” Alejano said in a social media post on Thursday

Duterte: ‘Don’t worry’ about my health – Citizen Journalism

Parang (It’s like) you’re forcing me to say I’m not a liar,» he said. The presidential candidate, now 70 years old, maintained he has always been transparent about his health.

DOH, to launch Duterte Health Agenda at National Health

Chairperson of the Senate Commission Health and Demography, Senator Risa Hontiveros, expressed her enthusiasm about the DOH National Health Summit. She says it is an opportunity for the government to elaborate its health policy framework.

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Peso weakness ‘no cause for alarm,’ budget chief says

The peso closed at P48.25 on Monday, after touching P48.335, its lowest level since September 15, 2009, intra-day trade, with some analysts attributing the slump to worries over the fallout from President Rodrigo Duterte’s tough anti-US rhetoric. «Let’s just be more vigilant, but that should not be cause for alarm,» Diokno told DZMM.

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Manila: Philippines’ Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said Filipinos need not be alarmed over the status of President Rodrigo Duterte’s health, saying that he does not see any visible indication t

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But that’s really not much of a problem because the support is there,» Health Secretary Francisco Duque said on Thursday. Asked if it was the first time that the rate of increase was so high