Parkway Cancer Centre is organising a series of webinars where our experts will be sharing topics on different types of cancer, medical advancements in cancer treatment, and tips on coping with cancer.
Each webinar will focus on different topics, where doctors and allied health professionals from different specialisations will be invited to share their knowledge and experiences from various perspectives and address key questions.
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Open Dialogue with Colorectal Cancer Specialists

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer worldwide in men, following lung and prostate cancer, and is second only to breast cancer in women. Fortunately, this cancer can be prevented through changes in our diet and lifestyle. Furthermore, survival from colorectal cancer has improved over the years, thanks to an increase in screening as well as advancements in diagnostic and treatment methods.

Come join us at this webinar where our panel of Colorectal Cancer Specialists will share their knowledge and answer the questions posted by you*.

*Based on the questions posted, we will choose the most relevant Colorectal Cancer Specialist from our panel to answer and share more insights on the paradigms in cancer management.No names or identifiers will be disclosed for the case discussions. All information will be anonymised.

SPEAKERS

Dr Foo Kian Fong

Senior Consultant
Medical Oncology
Parkway Cancer Centre

Dr Zee Ying Kiat

Senior Consultant
Medical Oncology
Parkway Cancer Centre

Dr Chew Min Hoe

Senior Consultant
General & Colorectal Surgeon
The Surgeons

Dr Ng Chee Yung

Senior Consultant
Colorectal Surgeon
One Surgical Clinic & Surgery

DATE

Saturday, 15 January 2022

TIME

2.00 – 3.30PM SGT

PLATFORM

Online Webinar

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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DISCLAIMER

The response(s) provided by the panel of doctors or experts at our events is for general information purposes only and is provided on the understanding that no surgical or medical advice or recommendation is being rendered. Medical treatment has to be individualised and can only be rendered after adequate assessment of your condition through appropriate clinical examination. In particular, the response is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified doctor or other healthcare professional. You should ALWAYS check with your doctor if you have any concerns about your condition or treatment and before taking, or not taking, any action on the basis of the response provided.