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The Role of Surgery in Treating Cancers

Dr Haritharan S. Thamutaram, Consultant General & Hepatobiliary Surgeon, Subang Jaya Medical Centre

26-Feb-19 16:00

The Role of Surgery in Treating Cancers

Surgery is a well-known form of treatment for cancers, especially to remove tumours. As cancer treatments improve and become less invasive, is surgery still necessary? Joining us is Dr Haritharan a/l S. Thamutaram, Consultant General and Hepatobiliary Surgeon from Subang Jaya Medical Centre, to tell us more about surgical oncology and its role in cancer treatment.

Produced by: Tee Shiao Eek, Lim Sue Ann

Presented by: Meera Sidasothy


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