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Get to know Dr. Sindhu a little better and discover why she chose cancer research over dentistry!
The TENOR study aims to test whether women with aggressive triple-negative breast cancer will survive longer when given the PARP inhibitor.
Although it’s important to donate to cancer patients who are already affected by the disease, donating to cancer research itself is equally meaningful.
Get to know Dr. Annie a little better and discover what motivated her to become a scientist!
Learn how we are developing better combination therapies for cancers prevalent in Malaysia.
Read more about Wani’s volunteering journey at CRMY.
Find out how we’re mobilising our immune system to fight cancer!
The MaGiC study continues to impact lives! Hear from doctors on the ground and more!
Not all heroes wear capes. A tribute to all the nurses who’s making a difference!
A new tool specifically tailored for Asian breast cancer patients.
Appreciating the incredible women in our organisation this International Women in Science Day!
In conjunction with World Cancer Day, read about what we’ve been up to.
Have you ever thought of shaving your head in support of a loved one going through cancer treatment?
No, this is not something from a sci-fi movie, it’s being developed right here in Malaysia, right now!
With all the advancements in cancer research, selecting a treatment course can be confusing. The Decision Aid could help you.
Did you know that if we didn’t have active immune systems, most of us could get cancers?
Increasing genetic counselling availability so people know their risks and can take measures to improve their survival rate.
65% of all oral cancer patients are of Asian descent.
Our very own Professor Cheong is recognised for her work in oral cancer.
Dr Annie has been working to improve the survival for oral cancer patients.
This new study narrows down the genes that matter.
We now have more data on Asian breast cancers than ever before.
A guide to the most common cancers in Malaysian men.
Genetic tool predicts breast cancer risk in Asians.
In our effort to find a cure for this Asian cancer.
Making sure no breast cancer patient gets left behind.
Our first staff shares her journey of hard work and perseverance.
We started The MiSO Study to find out if soy could be a simple solution to breast cancer.
How did MCO affect breast cancer patients and what did we do to address this?
Cancer warrior raised RM16k for cancer research!
A cancer survivor talks about the toughest journey of her life.
Having cancer is tough. Having cancer amidst COVID-19 and MCO is even tougher.
We’re almost half of the world’s cancer cases.
But in less than 10% of the research.
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