Lung Cancer
In Malaysia, lung cancer is the third most common type of cancer, with a consistently high incidence rate throughout years, ranking only behind breast cancer and colorectal cancer. According to data from The Star, there were 5,139 new cases of lung cancer in Malaysia in 2020, accounting for 10.6% of the new cancer cases throughout the year, and new cases are increasing annually. The highest incidence group of lung cancer cases in Malaysia is among people aged 60 to 74 years old, with 93.5% of cases already in the advanced stages (Stage III and Stage IV) of lung cancer when diagnosed.
Five-year survival rate of Lung cancer
  • 80%-85%

    Early stage (Stage I)
  • 30%-60%

    Mid-stage stage (stage II-III)
  • 2%-5%

    Late stage (Stage IV)

The development of lung cancer

How does lung cancer develop? Many factors induce lung cancer. The causative factors mainly include smoking, occupational exposure, air pollution, ionizing radiation, diet, family genetics, lung history, etc.

Symptoms of Lung Cancer
Lung cancer is a malignant tumor originating from the bronchial mucosa or glands of the lungs, it can be classified into small-cell carcinoma and non-small-cell carcinoma according to different histopathological features. Small cell lung cancer accounts for about 15% of the total incidence of lung cancer, is closely related to smoking, and has the highest degree of malignancy. Non-small cell lung cancer accounts for 85% of the total incidence of lung cancer and is mainly categorized into squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, and large cell carcinoma.
The main symptoms of lung cancer include:
  • 🟢 Cough is the most common symptom and is characterized by an irritating dry cough or a small amount of sticky phlegm
  • 🟢 Blood in the sputum or hemoptysis
  • 🟢 Dyspnea, shortness of breath, wheezing
  • 🟢 The tumor blocks the trachea, causing obstructive pneumonia and leading to fever
  • 🟢 Chest pain, chest tightness, shortness of breath
Minimally Invasive Treatment of Lung Cancer vs Traditional Therapy
St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly uses the new integrated anti-cancer model of "integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine, minimally invasive targeting" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nanoknife, cryotherapy, etc., combined with each cancer patient's specific condition and personal needs, to develop a personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plan.

Minimally invasive treatment

1、There is no need for thoracotomy, no damage to lung function, highly targeted and efficient treatment, and a good curative effect.
2、Less trauma, fewer side effects, fewer complications, and faster recovery.
3、Short treatment duration: The treatment usually lasts 1 to 2 weeks, with a short recovery period.
4、Patients do not need to wait in line and can be treated immediately upon admission.
5、One-to-one individual consultation ensures patient privacy and security to a great extent.
  • Surgery

    1.Thoracotomy may cause various complications, such as atelectasis, pneumothorax, impaired lung function, and bronchopleural fistula.
    2.The surgery involves significant trauma, a lengthy recovery period, and intense pain for the patient.
    3.The treatment is not thorough enough, which increases the likelihood of recurrence after surgery.
  • Radiotherapy

    1.It has serious side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms.
    2.Long treatment duration: Treatment usually lasts for several weeks or even months, affecting the patient's daily life and work.
  • Chemotherapy

    1.Side effects can be severe, including symptoms such as hair loss, anemia, vomiting, and immunosuppression.
    2.The treatment effect is unstable, patients are prone to developing resistance to chemotherapy drugs, and the efficacy is poor.
    3.The treatment cycle is lengthy, typically lasting 8 to 24 sessions, which can impact the patient's daily life and work.
Lung Cancer Patient Stories
They come from different countries around the world, but they have experienced the same experience and endured the pain that cancer has brought to them. However, now, with the effective treatment and meticulous care of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, they have rekindled their confidence in life and become anti-cancer fighters. Here, they share their anti-cancer experience, love and warmth with everyone.
lung cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
Mr. Panoso Panoso, 47 years old, was living in Manila with his tender wife and cute daughter. Engaging in kitchen decoration, he deeply loves his job, and said that there are many people asking me to help decorate their kitchens....
Lung Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + cryotherapy + gene targeted therapy
MUIJT CORNELIS WILLEM, a lung cancer patient from Netherland was admitted to Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou and took interventional therapy, cryotherapy and natural therapy. Now his tumor has shrunk from 5cm to 2cm and his condition is good...
Lung Cancer
treatment plan:Microwave Ablation
In this article, I will share a story of a lung cancer patient who underwent microwave ablation and got good efficacy....
Lung cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + cryotherapy
ElANG MOCHAMAD, Indonesian, was diagnosed with lung cancer in August, 2015. After taking interventional therapy, natural therapy, cryotherapy and other therapies in Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, his tumor shrank and his tumor marker redu...
Lung Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + cryotherapy
ONG CHOON MOY, comes from Malaysia, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2014, with metastasis to the pleura. After taking interventional therapy and cryotherapy in Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, ONG CHOON MOY’s tumor shrank and the pain disappeared...
Lung cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
TJIOE SIN JEN, from Jakarta, Indonesia, was diagnosed with lung adenocarcinoma on March, 2016. He came to Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou for interventional treatment from April, 22 and now the tumor has shrunk by 90%....
Lung Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
Wu Yirui, a lung cancer stage IV patient, was admitted to St. Stamford MCHG in Nov. 2015. After interventional therapy and cryotherapy for a year, his condition is stable and lung tumor has shrunk. Metastatic cancer cells have lost activity....
lung cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
Ms Toh, from Malaysia, suffered from stage IV lung cancer. She was admitted into St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in November 2017. After three sessions of interventional therapy, the biggest tumor in her lung shrank from almost 4 cm to around 1 cm, tumor that spread ...
Lung Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + cryotherapy
Truong Khac Tuoc, 63 years old, comes from Vietnam. He has cancer in upper lobe of right lung with metastasis to the other lung. He refused the local doctor’s suggestion of taking surgery and chemotherapy and came to St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in 2018. With cry...
Lung Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + gene targeted therapy
Nguyen Van Chuyen, 55 years old, comes from Vietnam. He is a cancer patient suffering stage IIIA lung cancer. After taking interventional therapy and natural therapy in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, 90% of the tumor in my lung has shrunk and my condition is curren...
lung cancer
treatment plan:Combined Knife
It’s approaching the time for ward round of doctors in the morning, however, Mr. Sun from Oncology Department of St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou was still taking a walk casually along the corridor. If without informing, we believe that no one will know this octogen...
Lung cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
“Hearing the news of China’s reopening, I immediately made up my mind to come back for a follow-up,” said Ms. Manussawan, a lung cancer patient from Thailand, facing the camera with vigor on her face, her mental state was totally different from that when she was first admitt...
Appointment Form
Patient's Name:
Cancer type *
Phone number:
Medical reports*
Contact us *
Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma
In Malaysia, nasopharyngeal cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer, with a consistently high incidence rate throughout the years, ranking second only to breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and lung cancer. According to data from The Star, there were 2,222 new cases of nasopharyngeal cancer in Malaysia in 2020, accounting for 4.6% of the new cancer cases throughout the year. The group with the highest incidence of nasopharyngeal cancer cases in Malaysia is Chinese men, with 69.3% of cases already diagnosed at an advanced stage (Stage III and Stage IV) of the disease.
Five-year survival rate of nasopharyngeal cancer
  • 70%-80%

    Early stage (Stage I)
  • 40%-60%

    Mid-stage (Stage II-III)
  • 20%-30%

    Late stage (stage IV)
What Is Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma?
Nasopharyngeal cancer is a malignant tumor that develops in the mucosal epithelium of the nasopharynx. Its pathological type is mainly squamous cell carcinoma, and other types such as adenocarcinoma are extremely rare. The occurrence of nasopharyngeal cancer is mainly caused by Epstein-Barr virus infection, genetics, environment, and unhealthy lifestyle factors like heavy smoking and consuming pickled foods. Among the three major ethnic groups in the world, individuals of Asian descent are at a higher risk of developing nasopharyngeal cancer, particularly those from South China and Southeast Asian countries. Nasopharyngeal cancer exhibits significant regional disparities and tends to cluster within families. The descendants of overseas Chinese who immigrated to low-incidence areas still have a high tendency for incidence.
The main symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer:
  • 🟢 Bloody nasal discharge, unilateral or bilateral nasal congestion
  • 🟢 Tinnitus, Auricularia, and Hearing Loss
  • 🟢 Facial paralysis, decreased vision, decreased sense of smell
  • 🟢 Swollen lymph nodes in the neck
  • 🟢 Dermatomyositis appears on the face, chest, and back
Minimally Invasive Therapy for Nasopharyngeal Cancer vs Traditional Therapy
St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly uses the new integrated anti-cancer model of "integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine, minimally invasive targeting" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nanoknife, cryotherapy, etc., combined with each cancer patient's specific condition and personal needs, to develop a personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plan.

Minimally invasive treatment

1、There is no need for surgical, as it does not damage nasopharyngeal function. This treatment is highly targeted, efficient, and has a good curative effect.
2、Less trauma, fewer side effects, fewer complications, and faster recovery.
3、Short treatment time: The minimally invasive treatment cycle is about 1-2 week, with a short recovery period and quick results, helping patients return to normal life faster.
4、4.Patients do not need to wait in line and can be treated immediately upon admission.
5、One-on-one individual consultation, ensuring patient privacy and security to a great extent.
  • Surgery

    1.Surgical complications include loss of appetite, facial nerve paralysis, nasal bleeding, nasal displacement, vision loss, breathing abnormalities, lymphocysts, etc.
    2.Surgery is traumatizing, with long recovery period and great pain for patients
    3.The treatment is not thorough enough and easy to recur after surgery
  • Radiotherapy

    1.It has serious side effects, including nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms.
    2.Long treatment duration: Typically spanning several weeks or even months, it can significantly impact the patient's daily life and work.
  • Chemotherapy

    1.Side effects can be severe, often including symptoms like hair loss, anemia, vomiting, and immunosuppression.
    2.The treatment effect is unstable, patients are prone to developing resistance to chemotherapy drugs, and the efficacy is poor.
    3.The treatment cycle is lengthy, typically lasting 8-24 sessions, which can impact the patient's daily life and work.
Nasopharyngeal Cancer Patient Stories
They come from different countries around the world, but they have experienced the same experience and endured the pain that cancer has brought to them. However, now, with the effective treatment and meticulous care of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, they have rekindled their confidence in life and become anti-cancer fighters. Here, they share their anti-cancer experience, love and warmth with everyone.
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:Interventional therapy
"I am glad to have found St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou because the minimally invasive treatment technology here does not harm normal tissues of the body. Compared with the pain caused by the side effects of systemic chemotherapy, I am really lucky! During the treat...
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
Anni Ibriah, comes from Indonesia, was diagnosed with stage IV nasopharyngeal cancer. She took treatment in 2004.During her reexamination at St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, the results shows that her tumors have disappeared totally, and ...
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + gene targeted therapy
After the first session of treatment, my daughter and I have reached an agreement that we hope to share my treatment story with our friends at home through newspaper or TV. ...
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
Coin Hober, an Indonesian nasopharyngeal cancer patient, took interventional therapy, natural therapy etc in MCHG. Now, his tumor has disappeared and he is in good condition....
Nasopharyngeal cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
VOO CHEW WAH, comes from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is a stage 4 nasopharyngeal cancer patient. After taking interventional therapy in Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, his tumor completely disappeared and life returns to normal....
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
Nasopharyngeal cancer patient SUNG DJAN TJU, from Indonesia, came to Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou for cancer treatment in 2009. After she was performed comprehensive minimally invasive treatments, the tumor disappeared. What’s more, the cancer c...
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy
NG MAN HONG, from Malaysia, is diagnosed as nasopharyngeal cancer patient. After one session of interventional therapy at Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, significant treatment effect showed as 80 % of the tumor disappeared....
Nasopharyngeal Cancer
treatment plan:interventional therapy + gene targeted therapy
Malaysian How Peng Kooi was diagnosed with NPC with metastasis to bilateral cervical lymph nodes. In Oct. 2016, he was admitted to our hospital and took interventional therapy. Now his bilateral cervical tumors have removed and the nasopharynx tumor h...
Appointment Form
Patient's Name:
Cancer type *
Phone number:
Medical reports*
Contact us *
Laryngeal Cancer
Laryngeal cancer is relatively common among head and neck tumors, ranking third in incidence. Laryngeal cancer is a relatively common type of cancer in Malaysia. In 2020, the incidence rate of laryngeal cancer in Malaysia accounted for 1.2% of all new cancer cases throughout years. The group with the highest incidence of laryngeal cancer in the country is Chinese, followed by Malays and Indians. Data shows that 32.8% of laryngeal cancer cases are in Stage III at the time of diagnosis, and 41.8% of cases are in stage IV at the time of diagnosis.
Five-year survival rate of laryngeal cancer
  • ≥90%

    Early stage (stage I)
  • 65%-75%

    Mid-stage (stage II-III)
  • 30%-40%

    Late stage (stage IV)

How does laryngeal cancer develop?

Laryngeal cancer is a malignant tumor that occurs in the larynx. The incidence rate in men is significantly higher than in women. It is more common in middle-aged and elderly men. Early symptoms may not be obvious and could present as hoarseness, a sensation of a foreign body, coughing, etc. When the tumor grows, it may cause breathing problems. Symptoms include difficulty breathing, excessive coughing, trouble swallowing food, and an enlarged neck. The triggering factors of laryngeal cancer include occupational exposure, stimulation by tobacco and alcohol, human papillomavirus infection, precancerous lesions, high androgen levels, certain genetic diseases, etc.

Laryngeal cancer symptoms
There are two types of laryngeal cancer: primary and secondary. Primary laryngeal cancer refers to tumors with primary site in the larynx, with squamous cell carcinoma being the most common. Secondary laryngeal cancer refers to malignant tumors from other parts of the body metastasizing to the larynx, which is less common. Symptoms of laryngeal cancer mainly include hoarseness, dyspnea, cough, difficulty in swallowing, lymph node metastasis in the neck, etc. The high-risk groups are smokers and alcohol drinkers.
The main symptoms of laryngeal cancer include:
  • 🟢 Pain in the throat
  • 🟢 Persistent hoarseness and difficulty breathing
  • 🟢 Cough and blood in sputum
  • 🟢 Swollen lymph nodes in the neck
  • 🟢 Foreign body sensation in the throat
Minimally Invasive Treatment for Laryngeal Cancer vs Traditional Therapy
St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly uses the new integrated anti-cancer model of "integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine, minimally invasive targeting" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nanoknife, cryotherapy, etc., combined with each cancer patient's specific condition and personal needs, to develop a personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plan.

Minimally invasive treatment

1、No need for surgical resection, no damage to pharyngeal function, strong therapeutic targeting and high efficiency, good therapeutic effect.
2、Less trauma, fewer side effects, reduced complications, and quicker recovery.
3、Short treatment time: The treatment usually lasts 1 to 2 weeks, with a short recovery period.
4、Patients do not need to wait in line and can be treated immediately upon admission.
5、One-on-one individual consultation ensures patient privacy and security to a great extent.
  • Surgery

    1.Complications of resection surgery include dysphagia, infection, pharyngeal fistula, and laryngeal stenosis.
    2.The postoperative recovery period is lengthy, and the patient experiences significant discomfort.
    3.The treatment is not thorough enough, making recurrence likely after surgery.
  • Radiotherapy

    1.It has serious side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms.
    2. Long treatment duration: Treatment usually lasts for several weeks or even months, affecting the patient's daily life and work.
  • Chemotherapy

    1.Side effects can be severe, often including symptoms such as hair loss, anemia, vomiting, and immunosuppression.
    2.The treatment effect is unstable, patients are prone to developing resistance to chemotherapy drugs, and the efficacy is poor.
    3.The treatment cycle is lengthy, typically lasting 8 to 24 sessions, which can impact the patient's daily life and work.
Laryngeal Cancer Patient Stories
They come from different countries around the world, but they have experienced the same experience and endured the pain that cancer has brought to them. However, now, with the effective treatment and meticulous care of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, they have rekindled their confidence in life and become anti-cancer fighters. Here, they share their anti-cancer experience, love and warmth with everyone.
laryngeal cancer
treatment plan:Interventional therapy + cryotherapy
"From the first admission to the hospital to the successful discharge from the hospital, it was almost 9 months, and now is the 9th year of successful anti-cancer fighting, I have a great fate with NINE, and I’m very excited to return to this place which gave me a second chance ...
Form
Patient's Name *
Cancer type *
Phone number/Whatsapp *
email
Medical reports*
Contact us *
Appointment Form Online Consultation [email protected] BACKTOP
Leave
a message