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HEALTH BLOGS

Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

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Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

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Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

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Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

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Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

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Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

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Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

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The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

Read More
Looking out for skin cancer

Alongside cancers of the lung, breast, and colon; skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting the human population. While it often develops on parts of the skin exposed to the sun, skin cancer can also occur on parts of your body that are normally covered from sunlight.

Read More
The Importance of a Thalassemia Test

Getting a Thalassemia test done is simple, quick and effective. It can prevent a lifetime of complications and financial burden simply because: you can prevent Thalassemia major by getting a Thalassemia test done.

Read More
Cervical Cancer: The second most common cancer in women

After breast cancer, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in Malaysia. In parts of the world where pap smear tests are not available, then it becomes the most common cause of death by cancer for women.

While cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women, the good news is that it is also the easiest one to prevent through routine screening. What causes cervical cancer? How can I prevent it? Does it take a long time for cervical cancer to develop?

Here are the answers to some of the questions you might have.

Read More
Heart Health: Frequently Asked Questions

Taking care of your heart health means being mindful of what you eat to keep your cholesterol level down as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here, we shed more light on diet, cholesterol medications, hypertension and related issues

Source of FAQ courtesy of Healthy Heart Score, a patient resource from Upjohn Malaysia (a Viatris company).

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Nov 1, 2018 6:11:37 PM

The Importance of Health Screenings

Take steps to keep you and your loved ones at Island Hospital - and enjoy the gift of health

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Jun 30, 2020 3:18:59 PM

Medicine Delivery

The Medicine Delivery Service is introduced for the convenience of patients who are on long-term medication. Island Hospital is offering to deliver your medication directly to your doorstep without you having to visit the hospital.

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