A Call to Faith In Action

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This is an urgent call for your prayers and FAITH in ACTION for all those with a heart to help our sick brothers and sisters in Christ. Leukemia Patients Arlene Bismanos, Paolo Luces and Michelle Cuajotor are now in a … Continued

Paolo Luces – Flight Delayed

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Flight Delayed.  Flight delayed: a term often found at the airports, caused by various reasons, i.e. unavailable aircraft, increased airport traffic, poor weather conditions, etc.  Flight delays most often cause inconvenience on the part of the passengers due to missed … Continued

Rene Macalalad

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Rene’s Hope Springs Eternal Rene Macalalad’s hope rests on God.  He thanks and praises Him for his new trial, because now, Rene finds reason and purpose in Life: to help other Leukemia patients who are suffering the same fate, by … Continued

Leukemia Touches FEU NSTP Students

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The latest linkage that EPCALM has established is with the Far Eastern University (FEU) National Service Training Program (NSTP). The National Service Training Program, is also known as “An Act Establishing the National Service Training Program (NSTP) for Tertiary Level … Continued

Mischelle Cuajotor

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Leukemia Patient Mischelle Cuajotor is interviewed by a group of Far Eastern University (FEU) NSTP students.  Following is their article: August 2, 2012 – We went to St. Luke’s Medical Center (SLMC) in Quezon City to meet Pastora Norma Manuel, … Continued

Embracing My Fears

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Emma Magsino, EPCALM Executive Director, writes about her visit with Arlene Bismanos, Leukemia Patient. “… I shy away from visiting sick people because I don’t feel equipped with encouraging words to uplift their spirits.  I am afraid to say a word that … Continued

Rovil’s Miracle For The Day

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Rovil Villas, a 22 year old newly registered nurse from Angono, Rizal, was first diagnosed with ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) in May of 2012. She is one of the eleven leukemia patients currently under the care and support of EPCALM. … Continued

New Year, New Hope

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Indeed, through your gracious kindness and generosity, God’s love was felt by our leukemia patients and their families. The past year saw many developments at EPCALM.  In May, coinciding with our 7th Founding Anniversary, we were blessed to have a … Continued