“Hi Doc” Continuing Medical Education (CME) Empowerment Series II aims to provide a symptomatic approach to understanding common ailments for medical professionals to acquire, share and exchange knowledge & clinical experience.

In addition to knowledge sharing, a bigger objective is to forge working relationships, build a vibrant doctor community and strengthen competencies in the delivery of patient care.

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Lumps or swelling on the testicles (scrotal masses) are relatively common in boys and men and are usually benign. Testicular lumps and swelling can be a sign of an infection, hernia or swollen vein. But in rare cases, they may be a sign of cancer.

Testicular cancer is an uncommon cancer in men, but it is one of the most common cancers in young men aged 20-40 years old.

Nevertheless, the impact on an individual can be immense and can have long-lasting implications as it mainly involves young men in the prime of their lives.

In this “Hi Doc” CME Series II, we’ll be learning to recognise and diagnose testicular cancer as well as understanding the management of this cancer.

Speakers

Dr Tanujaa Rajasekaran

Dr Tanujaa Rajasekaran

Senior Consultant
Medical Oncology
Parkway Cancer Centre

Dr Jay Lim Kheng Sit

Dr Jay Lim Kheng Sit

Consultant
Urologist
Panasia Surgery

This CME event is in collaboration with Panasia Surgery.

DATE

Saturday, 6 April 2024

TIME

2PM - 3PM SGT

FORMAT

Hybrid Event

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