It is but proper that I begin this address with my sincerest gratitude to the Fellows of the Philippine College of Surgeons for electing me to the Board of Regents and subsequently, let me thank you the Board of Regents for giving me the privilege of serving as President of this prestigious organization. It is with pride and pleasure that I accept the position and commit myself to the practice of surgery using the highest standards of ethics and professionalism.
To be at the helm of one of the country’s biggest medical societies can be overwhelming and frightening. But fear is not an enemy. In fact, it can be an ally. In man’s greatest moments, he felt some fear. In fact, in our own successes, we needed a little fear to see what lies ahead when success is denied. Courage is then not the absence of fear, but the mastery of how it can be used to hit marks and conquer targets. The task ahead is daunting and difficult, but my little fear is best tempered by the assuring presence of my deep faith in God, the countenance and support of a hard working Board of Regents and the unwavering commitment of a membership dedicated to excellence in the art and science of surgical medicine.
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