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Medical bulletin on Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, August 11

Here is the two-page (in reverse order) opinion signed August 11 by Dr. Roberto Anastacio, under whose CT Scan protocol Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (FPGMA) will be diagnosed when she checks into Makati Medical today Monday, August 13.

Here are the two plates from her last diagnosis by him last May 2012. You can see that both the superior and inferior plates described by Dr. Anastacio are misplaced, the superior much more visibly so. This displacement could in fact indirectly cause “sudden death”, in his words.

Note also his ending reference to the beginning of a partial obstruction in her coronary arteries. I understand this is because the massive calcium dosage she needed for her spinal rehab also provided the “matrix” around which this obstruction may have built itself.

Medical Bulletin Aug 11 Dr. Anastacio

Source: family friends of the former President

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