Cancer is a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth with the potential to invade or spread to other parts of the body.

The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Colonoscopy in Singapore (2021)
This guide explains all you need to know about getting a colonoscopy in Singapore, including who should undergo a colonoscopy and why, the preparation required, the actual process as well as the cost incurred and current trends in Singapore. I have written this article from my experience as a doctor (the first female colorectal surgeon at the Singapore General Hospital!) to explain the importance of a colonoscopy. I also hope to clear any doubts you may have and alleviate any fear of the procedure in an attempt to promote healthier colon health for all.
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The Ultimate Guide to the Treatment of Kidney Tumours in Singapore (2021)
When we think of diseases related to kidneys, the first thought that comes to our minds is usually kidney failure. However, another kidney disease that may affect not only our quality of life but may also threaten our lives is the development of kidney tumours. In fact, an abnormal growth in the kidneys is probably the last thing most people will suspect. So why should we be worried about kidney tumours? Read on to find out.
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The Ultimate Guide to Skin Cancer in Singapore (2021)
Little do we know that an excessive amount of exposure to the sun can lead to Skin Cancer in Singapore. If it is not treated quickly, cancer can spread and become dangerous. In Singapore, the weather is mostly hot and humid. Short sleeves and shorts are the most comfortable piece of clothing to wear.
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