Marcos on nurse exodus: We’re victims of our success

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MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines has become a “victim” of its own success as world leaders have asked for help to send more Filipino health workers abroad, resulting in a “shortage” of personnel, President Marcos admitted yesterday.

Marcos made the remark during a meeting with members of the Business Executives for National Security (BENS) in Malacañang, which tackled US investments in the Philippines’ health, digital infrastructure and energy programs.

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