malaysia onclogy
   
 
malaysiaoncology.org | Malaysian Oncological Society
home home home home
    search
Terminology
Misconceptions
Diagnosis
Treatments
Common Cancers
Informed Decision
Featured Expert
Palliative Care
Specialist Centres
Upcoming Events
Frequently Asked Questions
Web Resources
In the News & Newsletters
Supportive Info
Clinical Trials
Photo Gallery
Cancer Survivorship
President's Message
Living with Cancer
Toolbox
Join as a Member of MOS
MOS Committee
Announcements & Updates
Home
Feedback
   
 

Main sponsors:
AstraZeneca Sdn Bhd
Novartis Corporation (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd
Roche (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.
Sanofi-Aventis Malaysia Sdn Bhd
GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Sdn Bhd
Pfizer Malaysia Sdn Bhd
  arrow In the News & Newsletters

    Winning the war against colon cancer: we are curing more patients than ever before
17-04-2008
Colon (or large intestines) cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world.
» Read more...
 

    You Gotta Have Art
14-04-2008
As health-care costs skyrocket, a down-to-earth approach to healing is emerging, complementing high-tech medicine with high-touch arts.
» Read more...
 

    UICC eNews World Cancer Day special
14-04-2008
On World Cancer Day, 4 February 2008, the International Union Against Cancer launched "I love my smoke-free childhood"...
» Read more...
 

    The need to protect consumers of healthcare services
8-04-2008
I Refer to the article Hope for healing (Art of Qi, Fit4Life, March 16) written by Dr Amir Farid Isahak.
» Read more...
 

    Antioxidants more likely to raise cancer risk
27-03-2008
Taking antioxidant supplements won't reduce cancer risk, according to a new analysis of a dozen studies including more than 100,000 patients.
» Read more...
 

    Estrogen predicts breast cancer recurrence: study
27-03-2008
Blood taken from women whose breast cancer returned showed high levels of estrogen even though many had been treated...
» Read more...
 

    Younger women are getting breast cancer
18-03-2008
Breast cancer is on the rise and the patients are getting younger, said Ipoh Hospital surgery department head Dr Stephen Jacob.
» Read more...
 

    Personality Doesn't Sway Breast Cancer
11-03-2008
A woman's personality doesn't affect her odds of developing breast cancer, Dutch researchers report.
» Read more...
 


 
   
 



HOPE handbook A Resource Guidebook for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients
HOPE Handbook
 

HOPE handbook 2 A Guide for Cancer Caregivers
HOPE Handbook 2
 
terms of use | sponsors | credits

Copyright © malaysiaoncology.org 2004 - 2012   All rights reserved
designed & maintained: mobition