NHA_Cancer
Cancer  
1.National Cancer Institute :  
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2.Mahavajiralongkornthanyaburi
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3.Lampang Cancer Hospital :  
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4.Udonthani Cancer Hospital :  
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1.1 Tertiary Care: - NCI has a full range of comprehensive diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention in the medical facilities equipped with modern devices and instruments enhanced by state-of-art medical technology and expert care teams. Since 1969, about 100,000 patients have turned to NCI for cancer care on the form of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, or combinations of these and other treatments. And because NCI’s expert focus solely on cancer, they’re renowned for treating all types of cancer, including rare and uncommon disease. NCI also set up an effective referral system and network for the treatment plan, particular in collaboration with our regional cancer hospitals.
- Although treatment care has progressed over the past decade in our country, however, many patients are incurable when diagnosed. Palliative care therefore deserves high priority in cancer therapy. The program provide pain relief, other symptom control, and psychosocial and spiritual support.
1.2 Research: - Our research encompasses many areas and disciplines, special emphasis on basic, clinical, epidemiological and translational research. Development of innovative prevention, detection and treatment technologies. The NCI pursues mutually beneficial cooperative relations with other organizations around the world.
- The goal of cancer control research is to identify and evaluate means of reducing cancer morbidity and mortality, as well as improving the quality of life. Our research strategy and setting of research priorities were conducted follow our national cancer control program. We support the study on basic, clinical and epidemiological research to gain more complete understanding of the genetic, environmental, behavioral and sociocultural factors in the development of common cancers.
1.3 Training: NCI provide comprehensive education and training for clinicians, nurses and paramedical staffs through a wide selection of cancer-related education program eg. fellowship of surgical oncology, nursing oncology. NCI also provide the international conferences and training courses, this will allow us to exchange our experience to our neighboring countries particularly among ASEAN. The regular training course that we conduct are cancer registration and colposcopy and LEEP procedures in the management of cervical cancer
1.4 Network: To create and to extend the international network for cervical cancer screening and cancer registration.
1.5 Referal System: We have established a National Working Group to conduct a clinical practice guidelines for all common cancers including cervical, breast, lung, liver and colorectal cancers. The working group also interesting in establish an appropriate referral system of each medical care.
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2.1 Tertiary Care: Cancer
2.2 Research: - Evaluation of Equivalent dose to technologist's hands while Radiopharmaceutical is being prepared
- The study spiritual needs of last stage cancer patients
2.3 Training: - Palliative care for cancer patients
- Nuclear Medicine for thyroid cancer
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2.6 Reference Center: Cancer Registry
  1. Hospital-based cancer registry Annual Report 2006-2012
  2. Population-based cancer registry pathumthani Volum I (2004-2006), Volum II (2007-2009)
  3. Lung Cancer Survival
  4. Breast Cancer Survival
  5. Colon Cancer Survival
  6. Thyroid Cancer Survival
  7. Uteri Clavicle Cancer Survival
  8. Head and Neck Cancer Survival
  9. Liver Cancer Survival
  10. Nasopharyngeal Cancer Survival
  11. Esophagus Cancer Survival
  12. Rectum Cancer Survival
  13. Brain tumor Survival
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3.1 Tertiary Care: Cancer
3.2 Research: - Trend in Population-based Cancer Survival in Lampang, 1988-2007: evaluate to cancer care in Rural, Thailand
- The development of the new lung tumor biomarkers by detecting DNA repair gene expression
- Effect of bitter Melon extract on progression of cervical cancer cell lines
- Prevalence of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in high-risk human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) positive women with cytologically negative PAP smear, result from cervical cancer high incidence region
- The study of cancer incidence in Northern, Thailand, 2008-2012
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3.5 Referal System: Set up the referral center and customer service center
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4.1 Tertiary Care: Cancer
4.2 Research: - The Preliminary report:The Effectiveness of Rapid Cytological Diagnosis for Breast Cancer at Udonthani Regional Cancer center. 2553
- Outcome Analysis of breast conserving surgery with Latissimus Dorsi Flap Replacement.2554
4.3 Training: Network training workshop for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Class 5/2556.
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4.5 Referal System: All cancer
4.6 Reference Center: Cancer registration
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