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    Action call on 'cancer lifestyle'
26-11-2007
Simple changes to women's lifestyles could prevent one in 10 cases of breast cancer by 2024, say experts.
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    A safe outcome
23-11-2007
Women can seek treatment for breast cancer during pregnancy.
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    No more cervical cancer!
20-11-2007
Malaysia has more cases of cervical cancer compared to other developed countries, even though the disease is preventable and has the potential to be eradicated.
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    Another Quaff of Confusion About Alcohol
19-11-2007
A new study linking alcoholic beverages to breast cancer has left many women in a panic. Should you give up evening cocktails? Should you stop cooking with wine?
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    Fruit compound fights head, neck cancer - study
16-11-2007
Lupeol, a compound in fruits like mangoes, grapes and strawberries, appears to be effective in killing and curbing the spread of cancer cells in the head and neck, a study in Hong Kong has found.
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    Yoga can give women with breast cancer a boost
12-11-2007
Special yoga classes can significantly improve the quality of life and well being of women with breast cancer patients.
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    When cancer's the houseguest, few rooms are truly safe
8-11-2007
The house is quiet today; I am alone. There is so much I should do here, so many things that go undone -- a full wastebasket here, a stack of mail there. Yet instead, I look and see what cancer has wrought.
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    Breast basics, including treatment
5-11-2007
You’ve seen the many stories about breast cancer in The Star as October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This week, three local medical experts give their opinions on diverse topics regarding the disease.
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HOPE handbook A Resource Guidebook for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients
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HOPE handbook 2 A Guide for Cancer Caregivers
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