Since 2004 I have been privileged to participate in Medical Mission work taking place in Asia, attending almost yearly. These humanitarian opportunities have taken me to the... more
Since 2004 I have been privileged to participate in Medical Mission work taking place in Asia, attending almost yearly. These humanitarian opportunities have taken me to the Philippines,( Manila, Cebu City, Tacloban and Davao City and from Davao all over the island of Mindanao, also I have been able to visit Malasia ( Kuala Lumpor), Indonesia (Medan) and Vietnam both Saigon and Hanoi. Detr... view profile
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