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    7 Early Warning Signs of Cancer
6-02-2007
The chances of curing cancer are highest if the cancer is detected and treated at an early stage. Therefore, it is important to recognize when one may be harbouring an early cancer...
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    Malays more prone to eye cancer
30-01-2007
KOTA BARU: A study by the Human Genome Centre at Universiti Sains Malaysia's medical campus here has found that eye cancer is more prevalent among Malays compared with Chinese and Indians.
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    Anti-cancer drug shows promise
17-01-2007
PARIS: An Experimental cancer drug designed o cut off the blood supply that feed tumours has shown promises in a small-scale trial on human volunteers, a study published online yesterdays says.
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    'Baby boost' for cancer patients
15-11-2006
Young women with ovarian cancer should not resign themselves to never being able to have children, a US study says.
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    Hope of miracle cure dashed with man’s death
2-11-2006
KUALA LUMPUR: He was hustled through the back door of a hospital to be treated for brain tumour. Three days later, his dead body was carried out the front door.
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    Cancer Research: Breast cancer on the rise
16-10-2006
Cancer Research UK has stated that the instances of breast cancer amongst women in western society are increasing due to changing lifestyle..
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    Mandarin HOPE Handbook available for downloading
15-09-2006
Earlier this month MOS launched the HOPE Handbook in Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and Tamil. MOS is pleased to inform our website users that the Mandarin version of the handbook can now be downloaded as pdf files from the HOPE Handbook microsite.
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    Treatment advances forward
10-09-2006
CURE or control – that is every physician’s motto when it comes to treating breast cancer. This commitment is good news for women who have just been delivered the painful, mind-numbing news that they have breast cancer.
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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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