Are you in the know about breast cancer?

One in eight women will be diagnosed with this disease*. Join the battle to beat it. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and now is as good a time as any to take action and talk to your doctor about risk factors and the screening plan that is best for you. Encourage your loved ones to do the same.
Prevention is better than cure – Don’t wait until it’s too late.

Breast Cancer

The best way to prevent breast cancer is early detection

Staying informed about breast cancer can save lives. Help the cause by learning more and sharing your knowledge.
Discover more about Breast Cancer.

Screening and Prevention

Consistent screening for breast cancer is the way to prevention and early detection. Know the different methods of screening and getting yourself checked up to stay ahead of the curve.
Learn about screening and prevention methods for Breast Cancer.

Misconceptions about Breast Cancer

Can breast cancer be caused by plastic surgery? Can cysts lead to cancer?
These are some of the most commonly asked questions about breast cancer.
Separate fact from fiction.

Treatments for Breast Cancer

Having breast cancer is scary, but doctors are dedicated to helping find the best treatment suited to you.
Begin your journey towards recovery here. 

BRCA and Breast Cancer

Undergoing a genetic analysis can help you look for the risk factors that can cause breast cancer.
 Discover more about BRCA here. 


Breast Cancer Screening Program

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Now through October 31, 2018

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Ms. Tassanee P. (Khun Bow) is a wife, mother of two, and an esteemed employee at a successful multinational company. For many years, Khun Bow dedicated herself to her job, but by doing so, she forgot to take care of her own health. During her annual check-up, for which she was seven months late, Khun Bow received the bad news that she had breast cancer.

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When a routine mammogram discovered abnormal tissue, Simone Courso was asked to meet Dr.Wichai. She was worried, but a biopsy revealed that there was no cause for concern. An annual breast examination with Dr. Wichai is now a permanent fixture on her calendar.

Simone Courso

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Jane Deotrakul discovered that she had breast cancer during a routine mammogram. But with the support of her family and the treatment provided by Samitivej Hospital, she was able to come out on the other side. Read Jane's journey towards recovery and become inspired to take control of your own health.

Jane Deotrakul

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* Statistics published by Cancer Research UK and American Cancer Society