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Artificial Intelligence diagnoses abnormalities in the lungs and detecting breast cancer

Nowadays, Artificial Intelligence is used extensively in the field of medical science to aid doctors to work more efficient and accurately. Bumrungrad is the first private hospital in Thailand which introduces AI technology approved by FDA in 2021 to assist radiologists in analyzing abnormalities in the lungs and detecting breast cancer.

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The Right Choice | Bumrungrad International Hospital

Mr. Mohammad didn’t expect to find out that he had cancer this way. After contracting COVID-19 he discovered that he had a lung mass. Upon hearing about Bumrungrad International Hospital, he contacted the hospital’s Referral Office in his home country that connected him with Dr. Pattanasak Lertpradit, a cardiothoracic surgeon. The team of experts in oncology and surgery helped Mr. Mohammad make the right choice.

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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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Lung Cancer Detection through Low Dose CT

Low-dose CT can detect the presence of lung cancer before symptoms present. This method requires much less radiation exposure than a traditional X-ray.

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Detecting Lung Cancer Earlier than Ever

Which type of lung cancer screening would be the right choice.

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Early Detection is Key to Beating Lung Cancer

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and brings awareness to the way we can strive to prevent cancer by early detection.

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Inspired by the true story of​ a foreign couple.

“This is not what I imagined Thailand to be.” When you think of Thailand, what comes to your mind?

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For Her Love of Music: The Song that Beat Cancer

If there’s one thing that Nguyen Thi Man will go to any lengths to keep doing, that one thing would be singing. This 53-year-old realtor from Vietnam cannot help but smile and laugh each time she goes up on stage, even while lung cancer is threatening to take that happiness away.

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Liquid Biopsy: A New Companion to Lung Cancer Treatment

For the longest time, the surest way to confirm a cancer diagnosis entailed cutting pieces of tissue out from the affected area for examination, otherwise known as a tissue biopsy. Even in some cases, such as with certain kinds of lung cancer, where x-rays or MRI scans are sufficient for accurate diagnosis, physicians still require more detailed information in to decide on the best course of treatment.

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