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  arrow Avoid ineffective treatment  

    6-12-2016
According to Dato’ Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Wahid, Medical Director & Consultant Clinical Oncologist, there is no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” approach for cancer treatment, because cancer characteristics is not the same in all patients.
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  arrow The characteristics of cancer is different in each patient  

  5-12-2016
About 100,000 Malaysians suffer from cancer every year, and there are about 10,000 unregistered cases annually.
It is expected that by 2020, there will be a 15 per cent increase in the number of cancer cases, which include senior citizens.
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  arrow Precision Medicine for Cancer Patients  

    4-12-2016
The dilemma in treating cancer patient is that a particular medication may be suitable for patient A but may not be suitable for patient B.
Cancer patients are often given the standard treatment and then adjusted based on “trial and error”.
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  arrow Go for new cancer treatments  

  4-12-2016
WHEN it comes to cancer, many healthcare professionals advocate early detection to increase the chances of successful treatment. In reality, this is hardly the case. Although there are no Malaysian-centric statistics, research has shown that almost 50% of cancer patients in Britain are diagnosed late, making treatment less likely to succeed and reducing their chances of survival.
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  arrow Make breakthrough therapies available to M’sians’  

  26-08-2016
WHEN it comes to the topic of cancer, many healthcare professionals advocate early detection as this can greatly increase the chances of successful treatment. In reality, this is hardly the case. Although there are no Malaysian-centric statistics on the number of patients whose cancer was diagnosed late, research has shown that almost 50 per cent of patients in the United Kingdom who get cancer are diagnosed late, making treatment less likely to succeed and reduces their chances of survival.
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  arrow It's Time To Increase Drug Options For Patients  

  26-08-2016
WHEN it comes to cancer, many healthcare professionals advocate early detection as this can greatly increase the chances of the treatment being successful. Although there are no Malaysia-centric statistics on the number of patients whose cancer is diagnosed late, research has shown that almost 50 per cent of patients in the United Kingdom who get cancer are diagnosed late, making treatment less likely to succeed and reducing their chances of survival.
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