Prostate Cancer
It is estimated that there are about 470,000 to 490,000 new cases of prostate cancer worldwide each year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of deaths due to prostate cancer in 2020 will be about 300,000 to 320,000 worldwide. In Malaysia, prostate cancer is the third most common cancer in men after bowel cancer.
Why do you get prostate cancer?
  • Age

    The risk of developing prostate cancer increases with age. It usually affects men over the age of fifty and is most common in men over the age of seventy.
  • Family history

    Men with a family history of prostate cancer have a higher risk of developing the disease than those without a history.
  • Lifestyle

    Men who are physically inactive, overweight, or obese, and men who regularly consume excessive amounts of meat or high-fat foods are at risk for prostate cancer.
  • Androgen levels

    Androgens in the body can promote prostate cancer and are one of the triggers of prostate cancer.
  • Environmental factors

    Long-term exposure to certain harmful substances may increase the risk of prostate cancer.
Five-year survival rate
  • close to 100%

    Early-stage (stage I)
  • close to 80%

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

    Late-stage (stage IV.)
What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?
Early stages of prostate cancer may not show signs or symptoms. More advanced prostate cancer may show the following signs or symptoms:
  • 1

    Urethral symptoms: frequent urination (especially at night), urgency, tingling or burning sensation in the urethra, difficulty in urinating, and a weakened or interrupted urine stream.
  • 2

    Problems with urination: the urine stream may become weak or irregular, and sometimes there may be a sensation of dribbling urine remaining.
  • 3

    Urethral strictures: there may be difficulty in passing urine or the sensation that urine flow is obstructed.
  • 4

    Sexual function problems: including erectile dysfunction, difficulty ejaculating, pain or discomfort.
  • 5

    Other signs: include low back pain (if the cancer has spread to nearby bones), anemia (due to potentially hidden bleeding), and swollen lymph nodes.
Minimally Invasive Treatment VS

Traditional Treatment

St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly adopts the new integrated anti-cancer mode of "combination of traditional Chinese and western medicine, minimally invasive targeted therapy" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nano-knife, cryotherapy, etc. It formulates personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plans by combining the specific condition of each cancer patient with his/her personal needs.

Integrated Minimally Invasive Treatment x St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

1、No need for resection, high surgical precision, and fewer complications: minimally invasive treatment can preserve the kidney and its functions to a great extent, and enter the body through tiny incisions to carry out high-precision therapeutic operations, which greatly reduces postoperative infections and other complications.
2、Less trauma, fewer side effects, fewer complications, and faster recovery:minimally invasive treatment is a minimally invasive, non-open surgery, less post-operative pain, faster recovery, greatly improving the quality of life of the patient, reducing negative emotions, and maintaining the dignity of men.
3、Short treatment time:minimally invasive treatment cycle is about one week, short recovery cycle, quick results, to help patients return to normal life faster.
4、No need to wait, receive immediate treatment at affordable prices and protect patients' privacy:a minimally invasive treatment time of about 30 minutes, the patient does not need to queue up, the same day appointment, the same day treatment. The treatment maximizes the protection of patients' privacy and safety.

Traditional treatment for prostate cancer

Surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, etc.
1、Serious postoperative side effects and many complications:traditional treatments are prone to postoperative infections, and bleeding, and often have side effects such as sexual dysfunction, loss of libido, hair loss, and vomiting, which greatly affect the quality of life of patients.
2、Long treatment cycle and recovery time:traditional treatments usually take many weeks or even months, with a long recovery time and possible rehabilitation, which can negatively affect the patient's psychological and emotional well-being.
3、High risk of recurrence and metastasis:traditional treatments, such as chemotherapy, are prone to make patients resistant to them, immunosuppression, and other problems, and the treatment effect decreases day by day, making it more difficult.
4、Long wait times, high prices, and lack of timely communication between doctors and nurses:traditional treatments are usually performed long after the appointment and do not allow for timely follow-up of the patient's status after the procedure.
Prostate 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.
Prostate cancer
treatment plan:particle knife + gene targeted therapy
NG SWE CHIN is a prostate cancer patient from Malaysia, who came to St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in July, 2018 for minimally invasive therapy. After particle implantation and natural therapy, NG SWE CHIN is in his remission with CT scan showing his tumor is smaller and tumor marker PSA is normal. Symptoms like frequent and urgent urination and pain have gone.
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Kidney Cancer
Kidney cancer, the deadliest cancer of the urinary system, renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common type of kidney cancer. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2020, there will be 431,000 new cases of kidney cancer globally and about 140,000 to 150,000 deaths due to kidney cancer. In Malaysia, the incidence of kidney cancer is also relatively high, especially in some developed areas.
Why do you get kidney cancer?
  • Smoking

    Smokers have twice the risk of developing kidney cancer as non-smokers.
  • Age

    The risk of developing kidney cancer rises with age.
  • Obesity and hypertension

    Obesity increases the risk of developing hypertension and coronary heart disease. In addition, both obesity and hypertension increase the risk of kidney cancer.
  • Chronic kidney disease

    kidney disease patients who need hemodialysis for a long time have an increased risk of developing kidney cancer.

Genetic factors

A close family member who has had kidney cancer has a higher risk of developing kidney cancer. Secondly, having certain genetic disease syndromes may increase the risk of developing kidney cancer, such as von Hippel-Lindau syndrome, Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome, and hereditary papillary kidney cell carcinoma.
Five-year survival rate
  • 75%-95%

    Early-stage (stage I)
  • 40%-70%

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

    Late-stage (stage IV.):
What are the symptoms of kidney cancer?
There are usually no signs or symptoms in the early stage of kidney cancer. More advanced kidney cancer may show the following signs or symptoms:
  • 🟢 Hematuria:this is one of the most common symptoms of kidney cancer.
  • 🟢 Back or abdominal pain:the growth of the tumor may cause persistent or intermittent pain in the back or abdomen.
    Usually, this pain is more pronounced when the tumor expands or invades the surrounding tissues.
  • 🟢 Lump in the kidney area:sometimes patients may be able to feel a lump or swelling in the location of the kidney.
  • 🟢 Abdominal lumps:when the tumor spreads to lymph nodes or organs around the kidneys, it may result in abdominal lumps.
  • 🟢 Other symptoms:weight loss and loss of appetite, fatigue and feeling of weakness, fever, etc. These may be due to physical reactions caused by the tumor.
Minimally Invasive Treatment VS

Traditional Treatment

St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly adopts the new integrated anti-cancer mode of "combination of traditional Chinese and western medicine, minimally invasive targeted therapy" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nano-knife, cryotherapy, etc. It formulates personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plans by combining the specific condition of each cancer patient with his/her personal needs.

Integrated Minimally Invasive Treatment x St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

1、No need for resection, high surgical precision, and fewer complications:minimally invasive treatment can preserve the kidney and its functions to a great extent, and enter the body through tiny incisions to carry out high-precision therapeutic operations, which greatly reduces postoperative infections and other complications.
2、Less trauma, fewer side effects, fewer complications, and faster recovery:minimally invasive treatment is a minimally invasive, non-open surgery, less post-operative pain, faster recovery, greatly improving the quality of life of the patient, reducing negative emotions, and maintaining the dignity of men.
3、Short treatment time:minimally invasive treatment cycle is about one week, short recovery cycle, quick results, to help patients return to normal life faster.
4、No need to wait, receive immediate treatment at affordable prices and protect patients' privacy:a minimally invasive treatment time of about 30 minutes, the patient does not need to queue up, the same day appointment, the same day treatment. The treatment maximizes the protection of patients' privacy and safety.

Traditional treatment for kidney cancer

Surgical, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, etc.
1、Serious postoperative side effects and many complications: traditional treatment is prone to infection, bleeding, hair loss, vomiting, and other side effects after operation, which greatly affect kidney function, especially for those patients who only have one kidney left, which greatly affects the quality of life of patients.
2、Long treatment cycle and recovery time:traditional treatments usually take many weeks or even months, with a long recovery time and possible rehabilitation, which can negatively affect the patient's psychological and emotional well-being.
3、High risk of recurrence and metastasis:traditional treatments, such as chemotherapy, are prone to make patients resistant to them, immunosuppression, and other problems, and the treatment effect decreases day by day, making it more difficult.
4、Long wait times, high prices, and lack of timely communication between doctors and nurses:traditional treatments are usually performed long after the appointment and do not allow for timely follow-up of the patient's status after the procedure.
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Patient's Name:
Cancer type *
Phone number:
Medical reports*
Bladder Cancer
According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), in 2020, there will be approximately 584,000 new cases of bladder cancer and 194,000 deaths due to bladder cancer worldwide. In Malaysia, bladder cancer is one of the most common cancers in men and the fifth most common in women.
Why do you get bladder cancer?
  • Smoking

    Smoking is one of the major risk factors for bladder cancer.
  • Occupational Exposure

    Some occupational environments have carcinogens, such as chemicals, dyes, and anilines, and men who are exposed to these substances have an increased risk of bladder cancer.
  • Age

    The risk of bladder cancer increases with age, and most people will be diagnosed with bladder cancer after age 55.
  • Genetic factors

    People with a family history of bladder cancer may be more likely to develop the disease.
  • Other chronic bladder conditions

    Chronic or recurring urinary tract infections or inflammation (cystitis) from causes such as long-term catheter use may increase the risk of squamous cell bladder cancer.
  • Lifestyle habits

    Unhealthy lifestyles such as alcohol consumption, poor diet, and lack of exercise may increase the risk of bladder cancer.
Five-year survival rate
  • 60%-90%

    Early-stage (stage I)
  • 30%-50%

    Mid-stage (stage II-III)
  • <30%

    Late-stage (stage IV.)
What are the symptoms of bladder cancer?
  • 🟢 Hematuria:hematuria may be intermittent or persistent, and may sometimes appear only at the beginning or end of urination.
  • 🟢 Frequent urination, painful urination, urgency, incontinence:all these may be caused by the tumor's irritation to the bladder wall or urethra, and in severe cases, even incontinence or difficulty in urination may occur.
  • 🟢 Back pain or bone pain:when bladder cancer spreads to nearby tissues or organs, such as kidneys, waist, or bones, patients may feel back pain or bone pain.
  • 🟢 Sensation of incomplete bladder emptying:patients may feel a sensation that the bladder is not completely emptied after urination.
  • 🟢 Other Symptoms:when bladder cancer progresses to an advanced stage, patients may experience weight loss, fatigue, and other systemic symptoms.
Minimally Invasive Treatment VS

Traditional Treatment

St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou mainly adopts the new integrated anti-cancer mode of "combination of traditional Chinese and western medicine, minimally invasive targeted therapy" to treat cancer, such as interventional therapy, seed implantation therapy, combined knife, microwave ablation, nano-knife, cryotherapy, etc. It formulates personalized integrated minimally invasive treatment plans by combining the specific condition of each cancer patient with his/her personal needs.

Integrated Minimally Invasive Treatment x St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

1、No need for resection, high surgical precision, and fewer complications:minimally invasive treatment can preserve the bladder and its functions to a great extent, and enter the body through tiny incisions to carry out high-precision therapeutic operations, which greatly reduces postoperative infections and other complications.
2、Less trauma, fewer side effects, fewer complications, and faster recovery:minimally invasive treatment is a minimally invasive, non-open surgery, less post-operative pain, faster recovery, greatly improving the quality of life of the patient, reducing negative emotions, and maintaining the dignity of men.
3、Short treatment time:minimally invasive treatment cycle is about one week, short recovery cycle, quick results, to help patients return to normal life faster.
4、No need to wait, receive immediate treatment at affordable prices and protect patients' privacy: a minimally invasive treatment time of about 30 minutes, the patient does not need to queue up, the same day appointment, the same day treatment. The treatment maximizes the protection of patients' privacy and safety.

Traditional treatment for bladder cancer

Surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, etc.
1、Serious postoperative side effects and many complications:traditional treatments are prone to postoperative infections, and bleeding, and often have side effects such as sexual dysfunction, urinary incontinence, hair loss, and vomiting, greatly affecting patients' quality of life.
2、Long treatment cycle and recovery time:traditional treatments usually take many weeks or even months, with a long recovery time and possible rehabilitation, which can negatively affect the patient's psychological and emotional well-being.
3、High risk of recurrence and metastasis:traditional treatments, such as chemotherapy, are prone to make patients resistant to them, immunosuppression, and other problems, and the treatment effect decreases day by day, making it more difficult.
4、Long wait times, high prices, and lack of timely communication between doctors and nurses:traditional treatments are usually performed long after the appointment and do not allow for timely follow-up of the patient's status after the procedure.
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