Are you at risk of stomach cancer? Learn about the common symptoms, screening tests available, and prevention tips to help reduce your risk.
Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, is increasingly being adopted by cancer patients as a complementary form of treatment. However, is it effective? Read on to find out.
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers among Singaporean men. Learn about what warning signs to look out for, as early detection of cancer makes a difference.
With the prevalence of breast cancer, arming yourself with these 7 facts about breast cancer can make a difference in your life and the women around you.
Most skin cancers are curable when diagnosed early. Read on to learn more about Mohs micrographic surgery and how it is effective in treating skin cancer with minimal scarring.
Sarcoma is a rare, complex, and diverse cancer with over 70 different subtypes. Dr Richard Quek, medical oncologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, explains more.
Endometrial cancer is the 3rd most common cancer among women in Singapore. Dr Chia Yin Nin, gynaecologist and gynaecological oncologist at Gleneagles Hospital, answers common questions about the disease.
“Chemo brain” is a type of cancer-related cognitive impairment. Find out what 75% of chemotherapy patients go through on a daily basis and how to manage it.
Take a dive into the world of CRS-HIPEC, an innovative two-step procedure that’s able to treat peritoneal cancers.
In this article, Dr Tay Hin Ngan shares more about Head and Neck cancers.
Deodorants, bras, genes, warning signs and more – are you getting the right information about breast cancer? Find out more from the expert.
It may be among the top cancers in Singapore, but colorectal cancer can be beaten with screening.
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