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Heathcare Press Release : 31 Oct 2017

Khon Kaen Hospital to open first breast cancer centre in Isan Wacoal helps raise funds for medical equipment for integrated treatment Heathcare—31 Oct 17

Unlike the residents of Bangkok which has been the centre of progress in all aspects including medicine, many people in the provinces are unable to access fully-equipped medical facilities for effective, integrated treatment of illnesses. This is the

Launch of New Advanced Breast Cancer (ABC) Global Charter Heathcare—31 Oct 17

LISBON, Portugal--31 Oct--PRNewswire/InfoQuest
A multi-stakeholder initiative setting out 10 goals to change the future of advanced breast cancer by 2025

The Advanced Breast Cancer (ABC) Global Alliance has launched the ABC Global Charter[i] , a bold new initiative setting out 10 clear goals to drive global improvements in ABC care and survival by 2025. The ABC Global Charter addresses the most urgent and actionable gaps in the treatment and care of patients with ABC to ultimately improve and extend their lives. The ABC Global Alliance, a European School of Oncology backed, multi-stakeholder platform initiated in 2016, will push forward the ABC Global Charter encouraging the worldwide breast cancer community, policy makers and the public to unite to help change the future of ABC patients.

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Much progress has been made in the diagnosis, management and outcomes of early breast cancer, however major gaps still exist in the treatment and management of ABC and median survival has remained stubbornly stuck at two to three years after diagnosis, with 50% of cases and 58% of deaths occurring in less developed countries.

"The care of ABC has lagged behind that of early breast cancer with too many people still dying too early and change is

Long-term Aspirin use Reduces the Incidence of Digestive Cancers by up to 47%, Study Presented at Heathcare—31 Oct 17

The long-term use of aspirin has been shown to significantly reduce the incidence of digestive cancers, new research presented today at the 25th UEG Week have found[1]. In a study involving over 600,000 people, researchers compared patients who were