Thailand’s top five cancer screening centers

There are several types of cancer, such as skin cancer, thyroid cancer, kidney cancer, brain cancer, and bladder cancer. There are four stages of cancer, including early, localized, regional, and distant stages. Cancer may affect any part of the body. Numerous people nowadays are gravely ill and dying from cancer. I urge that you examine yourself, and if there is an abnormal or high likelihood of cancer, you should have hospital-based cancer screening. Thus, I would identify the top five places in Thailand for cancer screening as follows:

1.     National Cancer Institute

It is located on Rama VI Road, Thung Phaya Thai Subdistrict, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok, Thailand, and is open from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Saturday. It is close to Victory Monument BTS Station. I highly recommend it to women since there is a platinum package for cancer screening at the National Cancer Institute. It comprises screening for four types of cancer: cervical cancer in its early stages, breast cancer, digestive cancer, and liver cancer. There are screenings for kidneys, blood lipids, diabetes, thyroid hormone, hepatitis B, and other diseases.

2.     King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital

            It is located on Rama IV Road, Pathum Wan Subdistrict, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok, and is open every day for 24 hours. You can come easily since it is close to Sala Daeng BTS Station and Silom MRT Station. There are reasonably priced cervical cancer screening programs available. Chulabhorn Hospital offers comprehensive checkups, including internal examinations, Pap smears, and HPV viral DNA testing. In addition to cervical cancer screening, the hospital also provides an HPV vaccine program.

3.     Praram 9 Hospitals

            It is located on Rama 9 Road in the Bang Kapi Subdistrict of the Huai Khwang District in Bangkok, Thailand, and is open 24 hours a day, every day. Before having a cancer examination, you must fast for approximately 12 hours. Prostate cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, and cervical cancer are all included in the full package of cancer screenings for men and women.

4.     Sukhumvit Hospital

            It is convenient to visit because it is located adjacent to the Ekamai BTS Station on Sukhumvit Road, Phra Khanong Nuea Subdistrict, Watthana District, Bangkok, Thailand. It is open daily, 24 hours a day. The hospital’s cancer screening services should not be ignored. For males, there are chest x-rays, abdominal exams, and fecal blood tests that include indicators for pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, and prostate cancer. For women, breast cancer and cervical cancer are available.

5.     CH9 Airport Hospital

            It is situated on King Kaew Road in the Racha Thewa Subdistrict of Bang Phli District in the Thai province of Samut Prakan. It is open daily, around-the-clock. There are health examinations and three types of cancer screenings: liver cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, prostate cancer in men, and cervical cancer in women. Also provided are ECG, pulmonary and heart X-ray, and abdominal ultrasound services.

These are the top five places for cancer screening that should not be overlooked. Before entering Thailand, I highly recommend you purchase expat health insurance in Thailand of Rabbit Care since if you are sickened, or have a disability while living in Thailand, the medical expenses would be paid by the insurer. Moreover, pre existing conditions are covered which is very beneficial for you.

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