Author Archives: Dr. Jean Lindo

3 months ago

My Sexy Conversations with Fr Rene

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My Sexy Conversations with Fr Rene

Fr Rene Ocampo never fails to amaze me because I had the most intimate conversation with him on issues that the Roman Catholic Church was and has been sensitive about: sex and gender equality.

5 months ago

Should doctors be apolitical?

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Should doctors be apolitical?

A lot of times, I hear certain people say that they would never want to be political. They abhor political discourses even if the issue at hand affects them. But of course, they would definitely welcome the benefits when issues are won.

4 years ago

Anesthesiologist: Lackey or liberator?

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Anesthesiologist: Lackey or liberator?

Every year in October, anesthesiologists celebrate or commemorate Anesthesia Week. I will write this time about the anesthesiologist as victims and victors. My column got its inspiration from Roger Water’s (or Pink Floyd’s) song “Comfortably Numb.”

4 years ago

Altruistic love

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Altruistic love

I was asked to talk about love. I will not talk about the love of one person to another. You are the experts on that. Allow me to talk about ‘altruistic love.’

4 years ago

Comfortably numb

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Comfortably numb

This the title of a song by Pink Floyd. As an anesthesiologist, my practice allows me to see patients undergoing surgery for a pathology. My anesthesia makes my patients comfortably numb.