Malaysia Movement Control Order (MCO): Free First Video Consultation for All Cancer Patients.

Malaysia Movement Control Order (MCO): Free First Video Consultation for All Cancer Patients.

Video Consultation, Reaching Out To Cancer Patients Everywhere

Due to Malaysia’s Movement Control Order (MCO), a lot of cancer patients, especially those who are newly diagnosed, will not be able to proceed with immediate surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Most patients may not even know what to do next because they are unable to visit an oncologist to discuss further treatment plan due to lockdown between state/ country.

Cancer Does Not Wait

  • Cancer patients who is waiting for cancer surgery can end up tumor becomes inoperable or becoming more advanced stage or spread to other parts of the body due to the long waiting time for surgery. Immediate consultation and treatment (eg. chemotherapy, if indicated), may be able to buy more time while waiting for surgery.
  • For cancer patients who had completed cancer surgery, delayed in adjuvant treatments (chemotherapy, radiation therapy) will lead to higher risk of cancer recurrence and compromise/ reduce curability of cancer. Immediate consultation will allow patients to be more prepared to start treatment without any delay. (Travel letter can be issued to patients to come to hospital to start treatment).
  • Patients with advanced cancer have more to lose with delay of treatment. Cancer will continue to spread more aggressively to more parts of the body without any cancer treatment. Immediate consultation must be done without any delay. Treatment should be started as soon as possible. Starting treatment tomorrow is already too late.

Hence, to help all the cancer patients, I will conduct free first video consultation for ALL cancer patients via Zoom apps.

Please download ZOOM.

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Why Only for First Consultation?

After first consultation, patients will be advised on plan of management, need for full physical examinations and further investigations (if required).

Patients will need to act on it immediately or the benefit of fast and early consultation will be wasted.

Simplifying Tele-Consultation

I would like to make it as simple as possible for patients to arrange for a Zoom/ Doxy.me video consultation.

Step 1: Email to me, drbhnglatest@gmail.com

Step 2: In the email, please state your name, contact number and attach/ include:

  • Compulsary   : HPE report
  • Optional          : Referral letter, imaging report, blood reports

Step 3: I will inform you the time and send to you meeting invite number for the video consultation, that’s all!

My Limitation

In view of the limitation of video consultation (unable to examine patient and to review all PETCT/ CT/ MRI imaging more throughly), I need to stressed that whatever being discussed does not constitute FINAL provision of medical advice and is limited by the information provided by the patients. Please read the disclaimer of medical advice below.

DISCLAIMER OF MEDICAL ADVICE
You confirm that your use of the Zoom/ Doxy.me Video Consultation Service (“Service”), is conditioned upon your understanding and acceptance of this disclaimer and consented the use of your information by the doctor for this Service only. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions, you are not authorized to participate in the Service. You further confirm that you understand and acknowledge that you are responsible for your own medical care, treatment, and oversight. All of the advices given during this Service are for informational purposes only and DOES NOT constitute FINAL provision of medical advice and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The information and advice given during this Service do not guarantee that the consultation is the most appropriate course of treatment for your particular medical condition. The content is not intended to establish a standard of care to be followed by a user of the Service. You understand and acknowledge that in the event you are advised to come to hospital for a follow-up consultation, we urge you to do so immediately by prior appointment. You also understand and acknowledge that you should never disregard or delay seeking medical advice relating to treatment or standard of care because of information contained in or transmitted through the Service. Medical information and advice change constantly. Therefore, the information and advice given during the Service should not be considered current, complete or exhaustive, nor should you rely on such information and advice in the event you delayed in seeking an appointment for a face to face consultation with our medical consultants. I assumes no responsibility or liability for any damages, claims, liabilities, costs or obligations suffered or incurred by you arising from the use of this Service.

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