Cardinal Santos Medical Center holds Webicon on Cancer Awareness

In Cardinal Medical Center's (CSMC) webicon entitled “One Big Fight: A Webicon on Ways to Prevent, Detect, and Treat Cancer ,” the hospital aims to increase awareness and provide attendees with prevention, detection and treatment that are practical to everyone especially those that are battling cancer.

Held via ZOOM last October 14, 2021 CSMC'slatest series of health-related conferences tapped its Cancer Institute consultants to discuss cancer and the lifesaving treatments that the medical institution can provide. The speakers’ panel was composed of Dr. Pauline Anne Cauton, Dr. Kitchie C. Antipuesto and Dr. Maria Luisa Abesamis-Tiambeng.

Cancer prevention lowers the risk of getting cancer and Dr. Kitchie C. Antipuesto talked on the different Ways to Prevent and Detect Cancer.

Dr. Pauline Anne Cauton of Cardinal Santos Cancer Center discussed the different cancer treatments.

The stigma of death, misery and suffering had always been attached to cancer, but cancer should not be a death sentence. This and other myths should be dispelled. A proper understanding of the patient's disease and the treatment that follows is key towards cancer cure. 

 At CSMC, an individual with cancer is managed by a team of multi-disciplinary cancer care providers. Several developments in the arena of cancer treatment over decades guarantee that treatment can be given to all patients.

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  1. This is such great information. I remember when my dad got his cancer diagnosis, he was very depressed. He's been cancer-free for 4 years now. There's definitely hope and continuing to study and understand it is key.

  2. Very good initiative from Cardinal Santos Med. People should be really made aware about this deadly disease and how it affects and impact the entire family.

  3. Very informative seminar, tamang tama naman because it's Breast Cancer Awareness month din.

  4. This is such a huge help to those who do not know where to start. I am thankful for the medical hospitals who conduct such seminars for those who are concerned.

  5. Prevention is really better than cure. This is a good initiative from Cardinal Santos Medical Center.

  6. I lost my paternal grandparents due to cancer. Back then, there's limited information about this medical condition. It's good that we have seminars such as this because cliche as it sounds, prevention is always better than cure.


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