Isa na muling licensed doctor si Hayden Kho Jr. base sa kautusan na inilabas ng Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) kahapon, July 7.
Bahagi ng desisyon na ito ay ipinakita ni Hayden sa kanyang Instagram account (dochayden) kagabi. Walang sinabi si Hayden tungkol dito. Sa halip ay nag-post lamang siya ng Bible verses kasama ang isang pasasalamat. “Here are two Bible verses that reflect what my heart wants to say about this. 'You who have made me see many troubles and calamities will revive me again; from the depths of the earth you will bring me up again. Psalms 71:20 'I will restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten, the hopper, the destroyer, and the cutter, my great army, which I sent among you.' Joel 2:25
All glory to Him, the Almighty. Thank you. Thank you, Lord.” Kaugnay ng pagbalik sa lisensiya ni Hayden, umaalma naman ngayon ang kampo ni Katrina Halili sa naging desisyon ng PRC. Sa isang text message na ipinadala ng legal counsel ng aktres na si Atty. Raymund Palad sa PEP contributor na si Gorgy Rula, sinabi niyang hindi pa tapos ang two-year waiting period para makapag-file si Hayden ng Petition to Reinstate License.
Sabi ni Atty. Palad sa text message na natanggap ng PEP kanina, July 8, “Minadali ng PRC Board of Medicine ang Decision to reinstate Hayden's medical license.
“The Decision of Court of Appeals affirming the PRC Decision (revoking his medical license) became final only last July 26, 2012. “The 2-year waiting period for filing Petition to Reinstate License will expire July 26, 2014.
“However, Dec. 2013 pa lang nag file na [ng Petition to Reinstate License] and was Decided by PRC on July 7, 2014. “The waiting period has yet to expire. “In addition, there was no fact finding investigation. No formal hearing conducted in order to confront the witnesses who executed affidavits. “This ruling will set a bad precedent.
“We will file a motion for reconsideration at PRC to correct this legal anomaly and if necessary, we will go to higher Courts to decide on this legal issue of ‘2-year waiting period’ under Sec. 27 of Rep. Act 2382 or the Medical Act of 1959.”