MORE THAN 600 people were given free ear-care services through the “400 Years…400 Ears” project of the UST Health Service from Nov.14 to 18.

Services like screening and testing, ear examination, and flu vaccination were offered by the Health Service for the first time.

“It is a great opportunity to help the hearing-impaired [people] through Simbahayan 400. We will do the same for other conditions if given the same opportunity,” said Health Service Director Ma. Salve Olalia.

The Health Service and the Department of Audiology of the Faculty of Medicine and served as venues for the project, while screenings were held in local government offices and public schools. Bernadette D. Nicolas

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