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Update posted by Kathleen Ureta On Apr 16, 2016

We are thankful for all your prayers for my brother's speedy recovery.

Kuya was given the discharge order by the doctor last Friday, April 14, 2016. He is advised to continue with his therapy at home. It may take a while before he can stand and walk on his own. But we have faith that, with your positive thoughts and prayers, he will get better soon.

For all friends and family who have visited him and gave him encouraging words, again, our family would like to thank you for lifting his spirit and helping him get through with this difficult phase.

May we request that you continue to pray for his complete recovery.

Thank You all for the love.


Ureta Family

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Update posted by Kathleen Ureta On Apr 10, 2016

The second CT scan was made yesterday, April 9, 2016. The results were good. The swelling had significantly subsided and the blockage is cleared already! We are glad that Kuya is recovering well. He is currently at Room 324 at Perpetual Help Medical Center, waiting for the doctor’s advice. We hope that he can go home soon and be able to recuperate well.


Our family is very thankful for all your prayers and support. We truly appreciate all the positive gestures and intentions you have extended for my brother. We wish to do the same for you and your family. And we hope that we would also be given the same opportunity to encourage, to support, and to assist you and your family.

We are TRULY GRATEFUL. Family and friends, friends of friends, and the good Samaritans who just really wanted to help… THANK YOU! There are no words to describe how much we appreciate what you did. We are very overwhelmed with the simplest acts such as prayers offered during his operation and continued prayers for his fast recovery; for being there with us and for giving us the emotional support that we needed during the most frightful moment; for financially aiding us in this desperate time; and for all the love you have shown. May God Bless you and your family even more!

We hope that you would still continue to join us in prayers for his complete healing and recovery.

We would like to thank all of you again... from the bottom of our hearts.

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Update posted by Kathleen Ureta On Apr 07, 2016

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Update posted by Kathleen Ureta On Apr 03, 2016

2nd among 3 siblings, only son of our parents Jun and Dorree, the only kuya in our family.

As a brother he's always been supportive to us. He's always been the most thoughtful. He's always been the most caring.

He's the solo parent of 7 year old Gabby - his strength and inspiration; the only thing he did not forget when when his brain function was impaired.

Kuya, It's been a week and thankfully your doctors say you are responding well. We almost lost you. And it was scary. Everything happened so fast and we felt helpless to be far away from you.

The night of your operation, all of us did not get sleep. All of us were praying for God's miracle. If you only knew how many tears we cried, we were crying for you, we were crying for Gabby. Because we know how much he loves you, because we know how much you love him.

I was personally worried for his future, you are the sole provider for Gabby and I really admire you for working so hard and for dedicating your life to him. I saw how you turned your life around. I saw how you changed yourself for the sake of your son. In my mind, I asked why all of these things are happening.. things were just getting better for you..

We are all thankful that your doctors said you are recovering well and responding well to your treatments. I guess Gabby is the reason why.

The success of your operation is God's reminder that He loves you and that he sees every good in you.

Stay strong kuya.. You are not alone.

This event in our lives, made us see who you are to other people. And we didn't know you have helped a lot of people. You have put their needs first before yours..

Friends, family, brothers and sisters, Thank you for all your prayers and well wishes. It means a lot to us. We would forever be grateful.

For those who wish to visit, visiting hours is as follows:

10:00 am - 11:00 am

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

3rd Floor HVI - ICU, Perpetual Help Medical Center, Las Pinas

He would be happy to see you there!

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Update posted by Kathleen Ureta On Apr 01, 2016

You may not be able to see us.. but we are all here for you.. because time is only limited and you're only allowed 2 visitors at a time.. we are still here with you at the hospital.. 24/7 .. we love you so much kuya!!!

Stay strong!

(for those who were able to take photos also, if you may, please share them with us thru viber/whatsapp: +6590590431)

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We all care for you Kuya! Different people are helping out, even strangers. Love you! Stay strong! We’re all here waiting For your full recovery!

Kathleen Ureta

Update posted by Apr 02

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Update posted by Kathleen Ureta On Apr 01, 2016

As of now, kuya is conscious and thankfully, brain function is back to normal.

Tubes are still attached and continuously draining excess fluids in his brain.

For those who have been there with us since last Monday, during the most trying moment .. for those who stayed by our side to comfort us and give us encouragement that HE will be in control.. for those who went out of their way and sacrficed their sleep to join us as we prayed for his successful operation, for those who were not with us physically but have been praying with us throughout the night. We are truly grateful.

He can now accept visitors, for that we would also like to thank those who have visited him and gave him encouragement. It really means a lot to him and to our family as well.. Thank You for all the love.

And for those who wants to visit, he is still at HVI-ICU, 3rd Floor, Perpetual Help Hospital, Las Pinas.

Visiting Hours: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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