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    Testicular cancer screening hope
6-03-2005
Scientists have found a way to detect early signs of testicular cancer before it has started to spread.
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    Gene test for breast cancer risk
24-02-2005
Scientists say they have developed a genetic screening test to determine which breast cancer patients are at high risk of a relapse.
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    What’s happening in cancer research?
3-01-2005
CANCER is today the second leading cause of death in Malaysia, after heart disease. Statistics show that yearly, more than 10 million people worldwide are diagnosed with cancer and it is estimated that there will be 15 million new cases every year by 2020.
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    Erasing Cancer Fears
16-11-2004
The Malaysian Oncological Society’s continuing educational efforts aims to change the public’s perceptions about cancer and encourage a more pro-active approach towards the disease.
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    Knowledge for survival
1-10-2004
THE Malaysian Oncological Society (MOS) will be launching its first nationwide breast cancer awareness campaign, Care for Your Bosom Buddies, in October. The campaign includes free lectures for the public in various locations in Malaysia and educational outreaches via the media.
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    The Big C: Friend, adviser and counsellor
14-09-2004
FORTY-five minutes after a young woman walks into the office of consultant clinical oncologist Dr Mohd Ibrahim A. Wahid, she walks out again, her face downcast.
The doctor has just told her she has fourth-stage lung cancer. Difficult news for the patient to receive; difficult news for the doctor to convey.
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    MOS set record straight!
17-08-2004
We refer to the article “Cancer Awareness and Screening Drive,” published in the 10th August 2004 issue of The News Straits Times...
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    A conversation on Cancer
16-02-2003
Cancer is no longer an alien topic to many in this day’s society. Almost everyone knows someone within their circle of family or friends, who is diagnosed with cancer. In conjunction with World Cancer Day this month, Angeline Poh talks to oncologist, Dr Mohd Ibrahim, about this illness.
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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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