Doctor to Use P2.45-Million Jackpot for Medical Missions

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Doctor to Use P2.45-Million Jackpot for Medical Missions


MANILA, Philippines - A 70-year-old doctor from Cebu plans to use the P2.45 million he won from the Reader's Digest Asia Sweepstakes on medical missions.Orthopedic surgeon Felix Vicuna, a subscriber of Reader's Digest for the past 40 years, won a total of P2.45 million from the publication's "Customer Appreciation Prize" and "Thank You Bonus" draws for 2010.Vicuna regularly purchases audio CDs and other special promotion products for RD subscribers that include chances to win prizes for special sweepstakes draws.The doctor said that over the years, reading stories and articles in Reader's Digest played a part in his personal development, and winning the publication's sweepstakes was not his prime consideration for subscribing."I told my secretary, win or lose, it's okay. What's important is that yung mga binibili natin yung kursunada. Hindi yung bili lang ng bili," Vicuna said.The doctor recalls receiving a notification from RD Asia Sweepstakes Coordinator Benjamin Soh in December last year that he won the "Customer Appreciation Prize" and "Thank You Bonus" draws.Instead of immediately acknowledging his win, the Vicuna was skeptical."I told my secretary to contact RD's Regional Office in Singapore for verification. …

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