Tags : Cancer

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Famous Thai actor and director Sarunyoo Wongkrachang dies at 59

One of Thailand’s best known actor/directors, Sarunyoo “Tua” Wongkrachang, died of liver cancer at Chulalongkorn Hospital on Wednesday. He was 59. Trained as an architect at Chulalongkorn University, Sarunyu’s heart and mind belonged in acting and, eventually, directing – a career which he loved and pursued for the rest of his life. Full story: thaipbsworld.com […]Read More

Chiang Mai

11 Year Old Girl Suffering From Cancer Pleads for Help

CHIANG MAI -The family of an 11 year-old girl in Mae Hong Song, Thailand has pleaded for Help. Little Jinjutha Takaew, 11 who is about to turn 12 has found that she has ovarian cancer. Last year she underwent a surgery to remove cancer one of her ovaries. However, the family cannot afford the payment […]Read More

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Cancer patients dying for lack of cannabis oil, says Khao

An official of the Khao Kwan Foundation, which has been distributing cannabis oil among cancer patients until it was stopped four months ago, said Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul needs to have this ban lifted as soon as possible. Pipat Mongkolkerd said at least one cancer patient dies daily because they no longer have access […]Read More

Isan

Hospital accused of kidney theft after cancer misdiagnosis

UDON THANI: A 33-year-old woman has accused Udon Thani Hospital of stealing her kidney during surgery to remove her womb and ovaries after a misdiagnosis that she had cancer. Sinawaporn Homklang, a former employee of Prince of Songkla University in Songkhla province’s Hat Yai district, outlined her complaint at the provincial hall complaints centre on […]Read More

Technology

New drug ‘puts cancer cells to sleep’

PanARMENIAN.Net – Melbourne scientists have revealed a new type of cancer treatment that doesn’t have the same harmful side-effects caused by conventional therapies, Newshub says. The new class of drug has been hailed as an exciting alternative to treat cancer, and has already shown “great promise” in halting cancer progression of blood and liver cancers, […]Read More

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Mor Saeng’s herbal medicine proven ineffective in killing cancer cells

Mor Saeng’s herbal medicine cannot stoop cancerous cells from spreading although it help boost the quality of life of cancer patients, according to the Public Health Ministry. Dr Narong Apikulwanich, deputy director-general of the Department of Medical Service announced today (April 24) the result of the laboratorial tests of the herbal medicine concocted by Mr […]Read More