Renee Aziz Ahmad, 62, has been battling stage four metastatic breast cancer since 2016. Yet, it has not stopped her from being active. She will compete in a marathon next week to raise funds for Hospis Malaysia.
The National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM) and DoctorOnCall announce their ongoing joint effort to promote awareness of the importance and accessibility of Covid-19 vaccinations, including booster shots.
AIA Malaysia, in a statement to Twentytwo13 today, says it has rectified the final Guarantee Letter to reflect the accurate diagnosis of lawyer Lim Zi Hwei whose medical report stated she had a benign growth, and not a cancerous tumour.
Larry ‘Joseph’ Wong’s body is broken from the inside out, yet his spirit is indestructible. After surviving cancer three times, heart, and lung failures, cracked bones and a loss of vision, he is now a motivational speaker and volunteer counsellor with the National Cancer Society Malaysia.
Breast Cancer Welfare Association (BCWA) secretary Liew Swee Lee says most Malaysians are still unaware of the need to have a comprehensive medical insurance plan, including critical illness protection, to ensure those diagnosed with cancer are able to get the best treatment possible.
It’s a token gesture but it would be mission accomplished for Twentytwo13 senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam if going bald as part of Project 60.1 raises awareness on the plight of cancer patients.
Breast cancer survivor Rainty Tioh out to fulfil lifelong ambition at Ironman 70.3 Desaru Coast.
Friends pay tribute to Ramanan Durairaj – who lost battle with cancer last year – by creating awareness, raising funds for National Cancer Society of Malaysia and celebrating life.
People who are grieving need emotional support, not impatience and insensitive remarks.
As cancer survivor Lee Chong Wei rightfully said, never give up and always stay positive.
Lee Chong Wei says cancer patients must have positive attitude when fighting the disease.
As we pray for national badminton player Datuk Lee Chong Wei to recover, let’s not forget to celebrate life and enjoy precious moments with our loved ones.
Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) confirms Malaysia’s star shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei is seeking treatment for cancer in Taiwan.