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Breast Cancer Network Vietnam
Established in 2013, from the initiative of a breast cancer patient, the Breast Cancer Network of Vietnam (BCNV) has tirelessly devoted to providing information, connecting resources, and a safe sharing place. for those who are concerned about or battling breast cancer.
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Breast Cancer Network Vietnam (BCNV) in co-operation with FWD Life Insurance Vietnam (FWD) and the Bank
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Living for the second time
Breast cancer patients experience extreme life and death, but when they do, they cherish every moment of life more than ever...
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AND FAMILY ONLY
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"Support network for
breast cancer patients in Vietnam"
You can find connection, experience sharing from K breast warriors, relatives, doctors and other network members
Scientific knowledge, practical experience
and many useful information in screening, early detection and treatment of breast cancer
What signs tell you about breast health? Learn how to self-screen for breast cancer at home.
Do you have a risk of contracting breast cancer after giving birth? The interaction between breast cancer and the fetus is a relatively complex matter. Will the baby’s cells kill
For patients and care-givers
Insights to know in the process of treating and caring for patients.
Eating is always a problem for women with breast cancer during and after treatment. BCNV would like to introduce an interpreter from www.foodforbreastcancer.com to answer the question “If you have
A new breakthrough in the treatment of cancer is to push cancer cells to “kill themselves”, a study that has revolutionized cancer treatment. The compound making these wonderful things above
A research from Vanderbilt – Ingram Cancer Center has revealed that breast cancer patients who eat more cruciferous vegetables may improve their symptoms and survival. Another study on Chinese women
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