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Cancer Control Ambassador Signing Ceremony of St. Stamford MCHG Got a Great Success

In order to popularize science knowledge on cancer prevention to more people, Mela Hapsari, a famous TV host from TVRI, renewed her contract with St. Stamford MCHG, volunteering as a cancer control ambassador once again. The signing ceremony was launched at the international remote consultation center of St. Stamford MCHG at 3pm on September 23.

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General Manager from St. Stamford MCHG Signed Contract with Mela Hapsari

As the cancer control ambassador of St.Stamford MCHG, the tenure for Mela Hapsari would last from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017. Through friendly negotiation, they reached an agreement that Mala Hapsari would cooperate with St. Stamford MCHG to promote activities such as health lectures, medical conferences and public meetings according to her work schedule and personal life.

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Signing Ceremony Got a Great success

It was known that, signing contract successfully this time would have a great influence on further cooperation between Indonesian media and St. Stamford MCHG, improving the Chinese and Indonesian exchange on medical culture, promoting the essence of minimally invasive treatments, and developing the cancer prevention knowledge and health condition of Indonesians.

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Mela Hapsari Visited Indonesian Patients

The following is an excerpt from the interview that Mela Hapsari (M) acts as a cancer control ambassador of the hospital.

1. When did you become a cancer control ambassador of St. Stamford MCHG?

M: I have been the cancer control ambassador of St. Stamford MCHG since 2012.This year has been my third year as an ambassador.

2. What is your initial reason to be the ambassador of St. Stamford MCHG?

M: Firstly, I think the treatment techniques are very good here, which could bring patients hope. Meanwhile, my mother is a cancer patient as well, suffering from ovarian cancer. As the patient’s family, I can totally understand their helplessness. I desperately hope that every patient can get a good opportunity to treat their disease.

3.As the ambassador of St. Stamford MCHG, What would you do?

M: In Indonesia, I usually participate in the symposium the hospital organized. In addition, the hospital and I have helped those patients who are in financial difficulties continue their treatments positively. I feel proud of what we have done because we can help more Indonesians to know about cancer and cancer prevention. In the coming days, I will do my best to take on this mission, helping more people in need.

4. What is your expectation for St. Stamford MCHG?

M: Indonesia is a country with high cancer incidence and mortality. What’s worse is that the treatment technique for treating cancer is single in Indonesia. As strong reliance on traditional surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy in local Indonesia hospitals, many advanced cancer patients have lost their chance to take better treatments. In contrast, patients from Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia,Singapore,etc, who choose more advanced treatments at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou have received good therapeutic efficacy. In order to help more cancer patients to know the new techniques for treating cancer and alleviate their pain, I signed the contract to be the cancer control ambassador of Medan Indonesia in June, 2014.I hope that St. Stamford MCHG could become better and better so that the demands from Indonesians for high-quality medical service could be better satisfied and more local people could be benefited.

*Surgery, in addition to the appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are effective in treating early cancer, but certain patients in late stage of cancer may not be tolerate surgery well as they can be relatively weak. A combination of carefully planned minimally invasive therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can effectively reduce the side effects and discomfort of treatment and may help patient get better efficacy.

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