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    Living with cancer
16-05-2012
GOH Peow Ping is a sprightly 72-year-old. Every strand of her well coiffured black hair is in place, her nails prettily manicured with a lavender shade of polish.
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    Diet pesakit kanser
10-05-2012
Diet untuk pesakit atau bekas pesakit kanser amat penting kerana risiko penambahan berat badan adalah tinggi semasa proses penyembuhan.
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    Curbing colon cancer
10-05-2012
WITH early screening, detection and treatment, incidences of colon cancer will be reduced. Unfortunately, there are still many who do not have access to such screening due to lack of awareness
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    Breaking the silence
4-05-2012
CERVICAL cancer: the cancer that has received much media attention in recent years, and one which all women dread.
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    Bone cancer in children
4-05-2012
YOU may think pain and swelling in the joints of children are normal. However, when these conditions persist for more than two weeks,
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    A growing risk
26-04-2012
The incidence of colorectal cancer in the peninsula has increased alarmingly. Oncologist Dr A.B. Manivannan tells Tan Bee Hong it is most prevalent
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    Simple life changes could stop millions of cancers
18-04-2012
(Reuters) - About a third of all common cancers in the United States, China and Britain could be prevented each year if people ate healthier food,
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    New breast cancer gene may help predict risk: study
10-04-2012
(Reuters) - Screening for mutations in a gene known as CHEK2 may help determine a woman's odds of breast cancer if the disease runs in her family, according to a Polish study.
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