Cancer treatments may cause skin and nail changes. In this article, we speak to Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ong Wei Chen to find out what these changes are, and how patients can talk to their healthcare team to better understand the side effects their treatment may cause.
Biopsy is an essential procedure as it provides crucial information on one’s cancer diagnosis, prognosis, and prediction of response or resistance to treatment. Learn about the different kind of biopsies available and in particular, non-invasive, blood-based biopsy.
If you are recently diagnosed with colorectal cancer and will be undergoing treatment (chemotherapy or radiation therapy) soon, you will need to adopt a diet that can nourish and strengthen your body to fight the side effects of treatment. Here are a few recommendations from our dietitian.
Prostate cancer may be the 3rd most common cancer in Singapore but there are still of myths and misconceptions surrounding the disease, including how it’s detected, managed and treated. Our urologist Dr. Chong Kian Tai debunks myths surrounding the disease in this article.