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- BP Clinical Lab Sdn Bhd, Cheras
- BP Clinical Lab Sdn Bhd, Kepong
- BP Clinical Lab Sdn Bhd, OUG
- Cheras Heriatric Centre
- Damai Service Hospital, Melawati
- Dato’ Dr. Harnam Ent Clinic
- Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur
- Mahameru International Medical Centre
- Kuala Lumpur Hospital
- Pantai Hospital Ampang
- Hospital Pusrawi Sdn Bhd (Pusat Rawatan Islam)
- Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz/ Pusat Perubatan University Kebangsaan Malaysia (HUKM)
- Poliklinik UKM Kesihatan
- HSC Medical Centre
- Klinik Nur Sejahtera Kepong
- Klinik Nur Sejahtera PPUM
- Klinik Nur Sejahtera Jalan Raja Laut
- Klinik Samuel, Maternity Centre & Specialist Clinic For Women
- Loudres Medical Centre
- National Cancer Society
- Pantai Cheras Medical Centre
- Pantai Medical Centre (Breast Care Centre)
- Poliklinik Bandar
- Poliklinik Kotaraya
- Prince Court Medical Centre
- Columbia Asia Hospital, Setapak
- Parkcity Medical Centre (Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care)
- KPJ Tawakkal Specialist Centre
- Roopi Medical Centre
- Sambhi Clinic Maternity & Nursing Home
- KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital
- Sentul Medical Centre
- Taman Desa Medical Centre
- Tung Shin Hospital
- Twin Towers Medical Centre
It’s better now than never, especially to those who have a line of cancer history in your family.
You should know that even if the cancer is being detected at a later stage, the advancement of technology now has a big impact on the improvement of the treatment. It will help to maintain the disease at a good level.
Check out the risk factors:
- Women age between 40 and 50 are affected the most.
- Someone with a personal history of breast cancer has a 1-2% chance of diagnosed for the second time.
- Family history is the one that everyone should be concern about the most. First-degree relatives such as mothers, sisters, brothers, and children will have the chance to be diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer, especially before age 50.
- Inherited genes linked to breast and ovarian cancer will increase the potential to be diagnosed.
- If you have a history of ovarian cancer, this would increase your risk of break cancer too.
- Your lifestyle activity is important. Postmenopausal women who are overweight may have an increased risk of breast cancer.
Now that you’ve read the potential risks of breast cancer, let’s find out where can you proceed for mammogram screening. Best to do now before you can travel again, soon.