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The latest technology that treats eliminates breast tumors without needs for surgery

Did you know that fibroadenoma occurs in up to 10% of women? And of those 10%, 15% will have more than one tumor

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What you need to know if you have a rotator cuff tear

Get to know more about the rotator cuff tear and how to treat it with Bumrungrad sports medicine specialist & orthopedic surgeon from this video.

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What you need to know if you have a meniscus injury

Get to know more about the meniscus injury and how to treat it with Bumrungrad sports medicine specialist & orthopedic surgeon from this video.

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Fibroadenoma: Once detected, what can be done to treat them?

There are several types of adenomas but fibroadenomas are the most commonly detected in the breasts of women. While these can occur at any stage of a woman’s life, they are more often found among pre-menopausal women.

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A new American standard for screening colonoscopy

According to the World Health Organization's data in 2020, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer after breast cancer and lung cancer, and is ranked second in cancer-related deaths after lung cancer.

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Freezing Tumors in Their Tracks

Cryoablation is an innovative, minimally-invasive treatment of benign breast tumors.

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Say Goodbye to Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids (aka piles) are quite common in adults over 20 years of age. This blog covers the symptoms, how it is diagnosed and treated as well how they can be prevented.

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Post COVID-19 Impact on Lung Damage, Treatment & Recovery

Over 213 million people have been infected by coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. SARS-CoV-2 can damage different organs, but mainly the lungs.

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The warning signs of Office Syndrome leading to chronic spine issues

This session of Stay Healthy Doctor Talk with Dr. Verapan Kuansongtham, a neuro- and spine surgeon, will educate us on this topic, explaining the difference between pain related to Office Syndrome and specific signs of chronic spine issues.

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