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  arrow Articles about Cancer in Chinese Language  

  22-07-2010
Articles from the Oriental Daily News & Guang Ming News
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  arrow Targetting lungs  

    20-07-2010
With advancements in treatment, patients diagnosed with advanced lung cancer can look forward to prolonged survival with a better quality of life. WHEN chronic back pain and excess fluids accumulating in her skull finally got her hospitalised last November, the last thing Choo Poh Hong expected was to be diagnosed with stage four lung cancer.
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  arrow When liver meets cancer  

  6-05-2010
IF the liver was a machine that exists in our modern world, it would be the embodiment of the perfect workhorse. It will be able to work 24/7 with little rest, juggle multiple tasks at the same time, and regenerate parts that are old or damaged so they will continue to work at peak performance, day in, day out.
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  arrow Two states without cancer specialist  

  21-08-2009
The shortage of oncologists in the country should be looked into to ensure prompt treatment of cancer sufferers. Presently, there are only about 50 of these specialists in Malaysia despite cancer being the country's third biggest killer disease.
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  arrow There Is A 'Cure' For Colorectal Cancer  

  15-07-2009
KUALA LUMPUR, April 6 (Bernama) -- Colorectal cancer, also known as bowel cancer, is the most common malignancy affecting Malaysian men, and the third most common that hits the opposite gender.
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  arrow Feeding an essential need  

  15-07-2009
ACCORDING to the National Cancer Registry, the cancer incidence in Peninsular Malaysia between 2003 and 2005 recorded 67,792 new cases. It is believed that in Malaysia, cancer strikes one in seven men and one in six women.
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