OPINION: “A silent killer in our midst”

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It’s easy to save ourselves when the danger is something we can see and prepare for. Like when we are walking down the street and we see a car coming, we know which way we can go to keep out of its way. But what if the danger is something we cannot physically see? How do we save ourselves then?

In his column for Inquirer.net last June 13, 2022, OML Center’s Executive Director, Dr. Rodel D. Lasco, talks about how there is “a silent killer in our midst” and how this “killer” is estimated to kill 66,000 Filipinos annually.

Read more about this killer and how we can fight against it here: https://opinion.inquirer.net/153884/a-silent-killer-in-our-midst