Dazel’s work against stigma & discrimination

Dazelle’s first appearance in DZMM Teleradyo’s Magandang Gabi Dok. (in photo L-R: Former PLM Staff Lorna Lumiaoan, Dr. Belen Dofitas-PLM Pres., Hosts Nina Corpuz & Dr. Luisa Puyat of DZMM Teleradyo).   Ako si Dazelle    …sana huwag kayo lumayo kahit malaman nyo na nagkasakit ako ng leprosy. Noong una kong makita ang mga namumuting marka […]

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Partners in Leprosy Action, one of top 25 finalists of SIHI

The Philippine Leprosy Mission’s initiative, Partners in Leprosy Action (PILA) was selected as one of the final 25 Social Innovation in Health Initiative (SIHI) cases. The 25 selected initiatives present high impact solutions that have been able to improve the care delivered to people affected by neglected tropical and infectious diseases. The SIHI is a […]

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UNTV’s Good Morning Kuya: Understanding Leprosy

February 11, 2014

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LEPROSY PREVENTION AND CONTROL WEEK

The Department of Health, declared the third (3rd) week of February of every year as Leprosy Prevention and Control Week. To observe this occasion, the Philippine Leprosy Mission will promote the importance of skin health and encourage the public with skin problems to consult at the local health centers.  PLM will also conduct free skin consultations (for any skin ailments) […]

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The Philippine Leprosy Mission received support from the Girl Scouts of the Philippines!

The Philippine Leprosy Mission (PLM), a non-stock, non-profit organization dedicated to the cure and care of persons affected by leprosy, is continuing its advocacy and partnership with the Department of Health to control leprosy in hyper-endemic areas. Despite the discovery of medicine to treat the disease and the continuous effort to ensure that they receive […]

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A pedicab driver’s story

Contributor: Pearl Weena Sabido, MD Juan, a pedicab driver, was diagnosed with leprosy (Hansen’s disease). He has since lost his home, been abandoned by his wife, and even had his own parents turn their backs on him. It began as a reddish, numb swelling on the top of his left foot which soon worsened until […]

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World Leprosy Day 2014

Dear Friends, World Leprosy Day 2014 calls for a massive, concerted, united effort to raise awareness about leprosy and the problems created by this chronic but curable disease. It is not enough to know about leprosy–we all have to ACT WITH A SENSE OF URGENCY in order to prevent and address the physical, psychosocial, and […]

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