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  • Taiwan to distribute 3M free COVID-19 tests amid sixth wave

    Discover how Taiwan is combating the latest COVID-19 wave by distributing 3 million free home testing kits nationwide through clinics, aiming to enhance early detection and support public health.
    2024/06/12 17:04
  • Experts stress early detection on International MPS Day

    Discover the significance of early detection in treating Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS) on International MPS Awareness Day. Experts stress newborn screening’s role in identifying MPS, a rare genetic disorder, to enable timely treatment and improve life quality.
    2024/05/15 11:56
  • Climate change brings stronger typhoons to Taiwan

    Explore how rising temperatures and changing weather patterns due to climate change are impacting Taiwan, including the challenges in typhoon detection and regional prevention strategies.
    2024/05/08 17:00
  • Early detection, healthy diet key in fight against cancer

    Discover how Taiwan is addressing the alarming rise in cancer rates among young adults, with innovative AI-powered detection methods and a focus on healthy lifestyle changes.
    2024/02/06 18:42
  • Chiayi DPP councilor’s death highlights lung cancer crisis

    Lung cancer in Chiayi City is the leading cause of cancer deaths, accounting for nearly one-fifth of all cancer-related deaths in Taiwan. The recent death of Tsai Wen-hsu, a veteran councilor from the Democratic Progressive Party, has highlighted the importance of early cancer detection. Former Chiayi City mayor and minister of the Department of Health, Twu Shiing-jer, emphasized the need for preventive medicine and comprehensive screening. Statistics show that early-stage lung cancer has a significantly higher five-year survival rate. To address this issue, the Ministry of Health and Welfare launched an early lung cancer detection program, making Taiwan a leader in lung cancer screening. The program targets individuals with a family history of the disease and heavy smokers, offering low-dose CT scans every two years. However, while screening can detect lung cancer early, it cannot prevent the disease. Public health officials recommend smoking cessation services and rejecting smoking to mitigate the risk of lung cancer.
    2023/12/20 19:12
  • Lung cancer surpasses colorectal cancer in Taiwan in 2021

    Discover how Taiwan is leading the fight against cancer with its Lung Cancer Early Detection Program, marking a significant shift in the most common cancers and underscoring the importance of early detection and screening.
    2023/11/14 19:05
  • Lung cancer takes the lead on Taiwan’s cancer list in 2021

    Taiwan’s most common cancer has shifted from colorectal cancer to lung cancer, according to the Health Promotion Administration (HPA). This change was observed in 2021, ending a 15-year record held by colorectal cancer. The HPA’s report listed the top 10 cancers, with lung and colorectal cancers being the most common. Other cancers on the list include breast, liver, oral, prostate, thyroid, stomach, skin, and pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer notably made the list for the first time. Dr. Chen Jin-shing, chief of surgery at National Taiwan University Hospital, explained that the shift is not surprising as lung cancer has been the leading cause of cancer-related deaths for the past decade. The HPA’s Cancer Prevention and Control Division director, Lin Li-ju, highlighted an increase in early lung cancer detection following the introduction of low dose computed tomography (LDCT) screening in 2022. In 2021, there were 121,762 new cases of cancer registered in Taiwan, marking the first decline in new patient numbers. On average, a person was diagnosed with cancer every 4 minutes and 19 seconds. HPA Director-General Wu Chao-chun urged individuals to reduce their risk factors and recommended regular screenings for early detection and treatment, especially for those at high risk.
    2023/11/13 12:01
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