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  • Once you are told that you need surgery for breast cancer, you may be faced with the choices of removing part of the breast (lumpectomy) or the entire breast (mastectomy) and whether or not to rebuild the shape of your breast by reconstruction. Breast reconstruction can be done in many ways using various methods – […]

  • Nutrition is a key ingredient in helping to ensure the well-being of patients during treatment. Educating patients and their families on nutrition principles, dietary plans and diet modification is an important step to nourishing the body back to good health. Singapore is commonly known as a food paradise with signature local hawker dishes. Join us […]

  • Cervical cancer is malignant cancer that forms in tissues of the cervix (the organ connecting the uterus and vagina). It is now the ninth most common cancer among women, with around 250 women diagnosed every year. Unfortunately these women are often diagnosed in advanced stage because most of them never had a pap smear before, […]

  • No child should suffer from cancer. Having a child diagnosed with cancer is one of the worst nightmare a parent can face. But we can overcome it together. It is a wide spectrum of issues especially for parents who are raising a child with cancer: from having a trusting doctor, to having a basic understanding […]

  • There are many different places that cancer can develop in the head and neck areas, including cancers of the mouth (oral cancers) the throat, the nose, sinuses, salivary glands and ear. It is strongly associated with certain environmental and lifestyle risk factors, including tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption, and certain strains of viruses, such as human […]

  • Lung cancer is the most common cancer in men and the 3rd most common cancer in women in Singapore. The survival rate for lung cancer is better when it is diagnosed in the early stages. Unfortunately, most lung cancers are diagnosed at the later and advanced stages. A cough that doesn’t go away? Persistent breathlessness? […]

  • For this session, we have a renowned lady oncologist with us. Dr See Hui Ti is a Senior Consultant at PCC, specializing in breast and gynaecological cancers. Breast Cancer is one of the most common cancer among women and knowledge is of utmost importance for the fight against it. Take this chance to educate yourself […]

  • Attention all PCC fans of the fairer sex. This edition of Ask the Expert Session is for you! We have with us an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with 15 years of institutional practice. From commonly asked questions regarding Female Health like, When is a PAP smear required? How can we deal with menstrual cramps and menstrual […]

  • This is your chance to tap into the knowledge of our expert in haematology Senior Consultant of Parkway Cancer Centre, pioneer in starting an autologous stem cell bank (Stemcord) in Singapore, Dr Teo Cheng Peng has over 25 years of experience in the field of Blood Diseases, Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplants. If you […]

  • "Should you see a specialist?" The symptoms of cancer aren’t always obvious. Patients with colorectal cancer may present first to their general practitioner with abdominal discomfort and a change in bowel habit. Initial diagnosis as irritable bowel syndrome or diverticular disease can occur in some cases, leading to delays in the institution of appropriate treatment. […]

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