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LOOK: Hackers deface UST Hospital website, urges probe vs. OB-Gyn resident


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MANILA, Philippines - Hackers group called 'Global Security Hackers' has defaced the website of the University of Santo Tomas Hospital in protest against one of its doctors due to alleged refusal of woman in labor that resulted to the tragic death of her baby.

Hackers deface UST hospital website, urges probe vs. OB-Gyn resident


"Ang pangyayaring ito ay pumukaw sa aming attention. Napakamali ng iyong ginawa Dra. Sahagun. Sumumpa ka sa iyong tungkulin para magligtas ng Buhay, Hindi Unahin ang Pera. Isa itong malaking paglabag sa iyong Sinumpaang Tungkulin at Hindi namin ito hahayaan na mabale wala lang. Ito rin ay isang mensahe sa ating kinauukulan na Magsagawa ng imbestigasyon sa pangyayaring ito. Kami ay taimtim na nakikiramay sa mga naulila," the hackers group said.

The hackers were referring to Dr. Anna Liezel Sahagun who allegedly denied Siarra Pelayo, who was about to give birth to her second child last February 19. Pelayo and her husband Andrew purportedly could not pay the required deposit of P20,000.

READ: Baby tragically dies after ob-gyne reportedly refused admission of mother in labor

"Ang tao kayang gumawa ng pera, ngunit ang pera hindi kayang makagawa ng panibagong buhay," hackers added.

In an interview with the Dr. Willie Ong, Siarra claimed that after being refused by Sahagun, she rushed to the Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, but was also not accepted because the lack of vacant incubator at the public hospital.


The couple claimed that upon returning to the UST Hospital, they begged again but they were still allegedly refused to be accepted. Their baby died upon their transfer to East Avenue Medical Center in Quezon City.

Their awful story went viral and received mixed reactions on social media recently with some even defended Sahagun against the criticisms against her.

READ: Physician reveals reasons why UST OB-Gyn resident denied admission of pregnant woman

Sahagun and the UST hospital have yet to release their statement on the accusation of the Pelayos.

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