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Miriam College High School Batch 1998 recently conducted a medical mission in Quezon City's Kabahagi Center for Children with Disabilities. The mission aimed to provide much-needed healthcare services to those who have limited access to medical assistance.

The medical mission, which took place on March 25, was a resounding success, with a total of 198 individuals receiving various services such as free check-ups, breast exams, ultrasounds, surgeries, dental and eye check-ups, and even the distribution of free eyeglasses, medicines, vitamins, and gift packs.

During the event, the children and their parents were educated about oral healthcare, and the importance of taking care of one's teeth and gums.


The graduates of Miriam College High School are grateful to have been given the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the children and their families, and they are thankful to the Kabahagi Center for Children with Disabilities for allowing them to conduct the medical mission.

The medical mission is a testament to the dedication of the alumni of Miriam College High School Batch 1998, who continue to embody the school's core values of compassion, excellence, and service. Through their actions, they have shown that they are truly empowered women who are making a difference in their community.

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