World (Anti) Cancer Day – Chulalongkorn University

World (Anti) Cancer Day – Chulalongkorn University

“cancer” It is a disease that kills people at the top of the world. February 4th of every year is World (Against) Cancer Day. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nattada Areepiam, Faculty of Pharmacy, Chulalongkorn University To educate about cancer that can occur in our whole body. for the Thai people If separated by gender, it was found that Hepatobiliary cancer was the most common in males. followed by lung cancer For women, breast cancer was found most often. Followed by liver and bile duct cancer. However, the reason why Thai people have liver and bile duct cancer is mainly caused by hygiene and diet. which is something that we can prevent and avoid, such as liver cancer can be prevented by vaccination against hepatitis B virus reduce and stop drinking alcohol, etc., and bile duct cancer can be prevented by not eating raw and cooked food

One factor that makes cancer treatment effective is detecting the disease before the cancer has spread. With the early symptoms of liver and bile duct cancer, there are often minor gastrointestinal symptoms such as fatigue, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, and distension. Thus, the patient may start by purchasing the initial relief medication from the pharmacy, such as antacids, indigestion drugs, etc., until the patient goes to see a doctor. The disease was already in an advanced stage. Therefore, awareness of the disease and timely access to treatment If abnormalities are found, they should not be left behind. You need to see a doctor urgently. will be able to cure the disease and have a better quality of life The latest government hascancer anywhere project or cancer and can be treated anywhere Gold card holders diagnosed with cancer can be treated at high-potential hospitals. This contributes to greater convenience and opportunities to receive more effective treatment than before.


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