Urgent Notice There is currently a viral WhatsApp message going around mentioning that Beacon Hospital is giving out free cataract surgery for patients with household income less than RM5k per month and that the offer is valid until the end of August. Beacon Hospital hereby wishes to clarify that this was a programme held […]
Beacon Hospital Malaysia’s Consultant Clinical Oncologist and invited panelist for Axios International’s virtual webinar, Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim has highlighted doctors are not the only one who needs to educate patients on the importance of insurance, but it is equally the insurance players’ responsibility to educate patients.
Aiming to raise awareness of the importance of early detection and cancer treatment during the Covid-19 pandemic, Beacon Hospital has embarked on the aptly named campaign “Cancer Won’t Wait”.
In order to raise awareness on the importance of early detection and cancer treatment especially during the Covid-19 outbreak, Beacon Hospital has launched the ‘Cancer Won’t Wait’ campaign.
Osteoporosis is the most common chronic bone disease which predisposes an individual to an increased risk of fracture. At least 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men will suffer a fragility fracture in their lifetime due to osteoporosis1,2. Typical osteoporosis fractures occur at: Hip Wrist Upper arm Pelvis Spine Most hip fracture patients […]
Being one of the leading cancer specialist hospitals in Malaysia, Beacon Hospital introduced the latest advanced radiotherapy treatment — Halcyon to cancer patients. For more information on Halcyon radiotherapy, please call or Whatsapp +6018 223 3365. Thanks PR Newswire for this wonderful coverage.
Published – October 27, 2017 Beacon Hospital has been accredited by the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) as an ESMO Designated Centre of Integrated Oncology and Palliative Care. We are proud to be one of the first hospital in ASEAN to receive this award!
Linear accelerator-based stereotactic radiosurgery is associated with a lower incidence of radionecrosis (after effects of radiation therapy) compared with Gamma Knife for treatment of multiple brain metastases.
Brain metastases occur when cancer cells spread from their original site (eg. lung, breast, colon, kidney, melanoma) to the brain. Brain metastases, or secondary brain tumors, can occur in 10 to 30 percent of adults with cancer.