Thiravud Khuhaprema

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Primary Liver Cancer (PLC) is the leading cause of death by cancer among males in Thailand and the 3(rd) among females. Most cases are hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) but cholangiocarcinomas represent between 4 and 80% of liver cancers depending upon geographic area. Most HCC are associated with chronic infection by Hepatitis B Virus while a G → T mutation(More)
OBJECTIVE Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third-most and fifth-most common cancer in men and women, in Thailand. The increasing CRC incidence and mortality can be reduced by screening and treating adenomas and early cancers. A pilot CRC screening programme using immunochemical faecal occult blood testing (iFOBT) and colonoscopy for test-positives were(More)
Breast cancer is common malignancy in Thai female. Although there are well established risk factors, many environmental agents with an impact are still unknown especially with reference to occupation. The objective of this study was to investigate the risk of female breast cancer among different occupational categories in Thailand. A frequency-matched(More)
BACKGROUND Early diagnosis of breast cancer leads to early treatment therefore improving women's health. However, most Thai women are diagnosed at a late stage. OBJECTIVE This cross-sectional correlational study was designed to explore factors influencing the diagnosis of early stage breast cancer in Thai women. METHOD Thai women (n = 400) newly(More)
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