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March 01, 2012

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Narry Angelie D. Lopez

Thanks Geoff for a woderful article on Raphael.He was so happy to know when i told him about the blog.During the interview I was actually holding back my tears because of so much joy and appreciation of what Orbis have done to my son.He was so excited that he can now play basketball, that he need not tilt his head to the left just to have a better sight of the basketball ring.He feels a lot better now, more confident & proud of his beautiful eyes...Wishing his hoop dreams will someday came to reality..Thanks to people from Orbis...You are all a blessing to us!!!

Ralph Madayag

Many Thanks Orbis for visiting Iloilo City. The City of Smile. I'm sure a lot of Ilonggos who where lucky to have Orbis performed operations will surely have those smiles always.everything changed. I just wish I got closer to take a picture of "The Flying Hospital" as an aviation enthusiast and aircraft spotter. but unfortunately that did not happen because of strict airport rules. maybe next time around. Good Luck on your next mission. thanks a lot. I like your photos Mr. Geoff it tells the whole story.

Tyrone

Really like the blog, appreciate the share!

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