Lymphedema may seem to be a lingering shadow for most breast cancer recovering patients. You may start thinking about all possible ways to prevent it from happening before you could take a break from all the treatments you have just received. If it is unstoppable, you will still try your best to figure out ways to get rid of it.

Although lymphedema must have caused you frustration and it may not be completely curable, it is not life threatening. Hopefully the information in this booklet can help you increase the knowledge and treatment methods of lymphedema, giving you confidence to handle it but not being controlled by it.


Primary brain tumor is not common, yet to many brain tumor may be a mystery and despair. In fact like many other cancers, early detection and treatment for brain cancer brings potentially 60% chance of cure. This book explains risk factors, diagnosis, staging and treatment of brain tumor.

Brain Tumor

This book explains risk factors, prevention and early detection and treatment for cervical cancer.

Cervical Cancer

There are more than four hundred new ovarian cancer cases each year in Hong Kong, mostly diagnosed after menopause with 51 years old the median age of incidence. This booklet introduces the risk factors, diagnostic methods, staging and treatments of Ovarian Cancer.

Ovarian Cancer

Thyroid cancers diagnosed in Hong Kong are usually found early, with the advancement of treatments, they are highly curable. Therefore the mortality of thyroid cancers is rather low in Hong Kong. However, due to the slow growing nature of the tumor, regular follow up is essential to prevent cancer recurrence. This booklet mainly introduces the causes, classifications, trends and treatments of thyroid cancers.

Thyroid Cancer

This book contains detailed analysis by senior medical specialists & dieticians on breast cancer, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer and endometrial cancer. This book covers incidences, causes, radiology and treatment for the above mentioned cancers, laying down guidelines for screening and detection at the same time.

Women related cancers