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Issue - November 2011 - Nilai Medical Centre, Negeri
THE BULLETIN
November 2011
OCTOBER BIRTHDAY BABIES 2011
On the 31st October 2011, we
celebrated both October babies and Deepavali. Miss
Stephanie started to give a
speech wishing
Happy
Deepavali to all Indian staff.
Encik Muzamer Mohamad was
the MC of the day. The winners
for all Competition held was
announced . For Kolam Com-
There are 17 staff who were
born in October. In-conjunction
with the Deepavali Festival, we
also showed our appreciation to
held yearly. There were
two categories; Team
Champion & Counter Champion. The winner for both
categories of SMILE Campaign 2010 is EHS Team.
As part of for Hospital propetition, The Wonder Girls
which consist of Sivanesuwary
T. Ananda Krishnan from
Cashier/ Registration and
Selvamany a/p Periannan
from Medical Records was
announced as the winners.
Thank you for all participation and congratulations to
all the Winners!
As to promote Customer Service, A SMILE Campaign was
the winners. It makes our event
more meaningful.
motion, the Car Sticker Slogan and Design Competition
was held. It is also promotes
the creativeness among NCI
staff. The winner for this
competition is Abd Qayyum
Abd Hadi from Lablink.
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NCI CAR STICKER SLOGAN & DESIGN COMPETITION
Car Sticker Slogan & Design Competition was successfully held in September 2011. The result was
announced in October 2011.
Many participated in this creative competition and the
winner is Mr Abd Qayyum Abd Hadi from Lablink with
the slogan ―Cure for Life‖. Congratulations!
The sticker shall be printed and distributed to internal
staff to promote NCI Hospital.
KOLAM COMPETITION
A Kolam Competition was held outside the auditorium area to celebrate
Deepavali.
There were 4 Teams for this competition. They were 5 Roses, Charles‘
Angels, Wonder Girls and Champion.
Those 4 Kolams were created beautifully.
This activity successfully created
teamwork as they gave the ideas and
create and design their kolam together as to produce the best product and
result. The winners were evaluated
based on majority votes. Those ko-
lams votes were counted
on the 27th October 2011
and the winner for this
competition were Wonder
Girls Team (59 Votes) consist of Sivanesuwary
T.Ananda Krishnan from
Cashier/ Registration and
Selvamany a/p Periannan
from Medical Records.
Congratulations &
Happy Deepavali!
SMILE CAMPAIGN 2010
To promote customer service
and to show that we are working
in a fun and happy environment,
Smile Campaign is launched
every year.
There will be a competition
based on the campaign details.
There were two categories in
2010, the Champion for
both Team & Counter category is EHS Team. Congratulations! And keep up your
excellent job!
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We Are So Proud Of You!
We received compliment letter
to NCI Hospital from patient;
Mr Saravana Kumar a/ l Batumalai, especially thanks to
Dr Satwant Singh for his friendliness and willingness to help
during the time of need, and Dr
Fadzilah binti Hasan for her
prompt treatment.
Well done to all nursing staff for
providing commendable nursing
care to Mr Saravana Kumar.
Great job to all!
NEWBIES
No
Name
Position/ Department
Date Joined
CREDIT CONTROL,
1
3rd October 2011
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
Hasrul bin Asapar
MEDICAL RECORDS,
2
3rd October 2011
MEDICAL/ SUPPORT SERVICE
Nor Ain binti Aripin
HUMAN RESOURCE,
3
14th October 2011
HUMAN RESORCE & QUALITY ASSURANCE
Muzamer bin Mohamad
FRONT OFFICE,
4
14th October 2011
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
Nik Nora Idayu binti Nik
Mohd Yazid
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Breast Cancer Awareness — Pink Ribbon Month
The ‗Breast Cancer Awareness – PINK
Ribbon Month‘ was held on the 21st
October 2011 in-conjunction of the World
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is all
about increasing the awareness of the
importance of early breast cancer detection.
Pink Ribbon contributes to women across
the world whose lives are affected by
breast cancer. Through support, advocacy and education, we are raising breast
cancer awareness, and influencing the
medical community to respond to the
unique needs of our daughters, mothers,
sisters, and grandmothers.
Thank you Dr. Paul Selvindoss for your enlightening talk. Honoured appreciation to Dr.
Kananathan for answering the SOS call by
coming to give a comprehensive presentation
on cancer treatment topic eventhough it was
a last minute request.
You may also ‗like‘ NCI Facebook Fan Page –
www.facebook.com/ncihospital for the awareness activity.
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WHAT’S NEXT
19th November 2011
Walkathon 10,000 Langkah
Charity—Jabatan Kesihatan
Negeri Sembilan
Negeri,
November Birthday Babies
30th November 2011
Special Focus - BREAST CANCER
CANCER RISK
All women are at risk when it
comes to breast cancer, but no
one knows what exactly causes
breast cancer. Doctors often
cannot explain why one woman
develops breast cancer and
another does not. Research has
shown that women with certain
risk factors are more likely than
others to develop breast cancer.
Some examples of risk factors
are:

Cancer is heredatary; If
your sister, mother, or daughter
developed breast cancer, then
you have a higher risk of developing it yourself.

Your own personal history
with cancer;
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The age at which your
menstrual cycle began; how
earlier your cycle began, how
higher the risk.
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The age at which you go
through menopause; women
who have their menopause after
the age of 55 are at higher risk
of developing breast cancer.
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The age at which you give
birth to your first child; the risk
increases with older age, but if
you have first degree relatives
with carcinoma of the breast,
then risk goes down.

Your current age; The risk
increases with age. Age is the
biggest risk factor. (76% of women who develop breast cancer
had no other risk factors).

Your race; Caucasian women have a slightly higher risk
than Black, Hispanic, or Asian
women.
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Your health; women who
are overweight or obese after
their menopause have a higher
risk of developing breast cancer.
Drinking alcohol; studies suggest that the more alcohol a
woman drinks, the greater her
risk of breast cancer.
Many risk factors can be avoided, others, such as family history, cannot. Women can help
protect themselves by staying
away from known risk factors
whenever possible, but shouldn't let it dominate their life. It is
important to keep in mind that
most women who have known
risk factors do not get breast
cancer, and most women with
breast cancer do not have a
family history of the disease. In
fact, except for growing older,
most women with breast cancer
have no clear risk factors. If you
think you may be at risk, you
should discuss this concern
with your physician. He or she
may be able to suggest ways to
reduce your risk, and can plan a
schedule for checkups.
BREAST CANCER DETECTION
Currently, mammography is the
most effective technology available for breast cancer screening. But, aside from the conventional mammography, there are
several techniques that can be
used for screening. These techniques are:
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Ultrasound
Digital Mammography
Computer-Aided Detection
MRI
PET scan
Electrical
Impedance
Scanning

Ductal Lavage
recommended more frequently
if you have a strong history of
breast cancer.
SCREENING
Screening for breast cancer
before there are symptoms can
be important. Screening can
help doctors find and treat cancer early. Treatment is more
likely to work well when cancer
is found early.
Your doctor may suggest the
following screening tests for
breast cancer:
Screening mammogram
A mammogram is an x-ray image
of a breast produced by mammography. There are two types
of mammograms:
1. A screening mammogram.
This is for women who have no
problems with their breasts, and
consists of two x-ray views of
each breast.
2. A diagnostic mammogram.
This is for evaluation of new
abnormalities or for patients
with a past abnormality requiring a follow-up. In this case
multiple x-rays are taken, from
different angles of certain areas
of the breast(s).
Clinical breast exam
A breast examination by a
health professional (such as
your doctor, nurse, nurse practitioner) is an important part of
routine physical checkups. As
indicated in our section about
mammograms, you should have
a clinical exam at least every
three years starting at age 20,
and every year at age 40. A
clinical breast exam may be
The best time to undergo a
breast exam is soon after your
menstrual period ends, because your breasts will not be
as tender and swollen as during your period. This makes it
easier to detect any unusual
changes. If you have stopped
menstruating, you should
schedule the yearly exam on a
day that's easy to remember,
such as a birth date.
Breast self-exam
Examining your breasts is an
important way to find breast
cancer early. Not every cancer
can be found this way, but it is
a critical step you can and
should take for yourself. No
woman wants to do a breast
self-exam (BSE), and for many
it is a frustrating experience.
However, the more you examine your breasts, the more you
will learn about them. This will
help to familiarize yourself
with how your breasts normally
look and feel. The best time to
do a BSE is several days after
the end of your period. If you
are no longer having periods,
choose a day that's easy to
remember, such as a birthday.
Most women have some
lumps or lumpy areas in their
breasts. Eight out of ten breast
lumps that are removed are
benign, non-cancerous. It is
also important to keep in mind
that changes can occur due to
aging, your menstrual cycle,
pregnancy, menopause, or
birth control pills.
http://www.pinkribbon.org/BreastCancer
November Issue 2011
THE BULLETIN
Time has passed us by all too quickly this year, don’t you
agree?
It is already the 11th month of the year and 2012 is already staring us in the face. So much has happened and so
many things have taken place. There is something for everybody in here and it is a great pleasure writing about all
of you. So keep those events, programs and activities coming and don’t forget to update us!
Have fun!
NCI HOSPITAL PT 13717 Jalan BBN 2/1 71800 Nilai Negeri Sembilan ● Tel 06-8500 999 ● 06-7990999 Fax : 06-8500 733

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