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2017 marks our 11th year of operation. Year after year, we continue to progress to deliver care and support to our patients. PCC couldn't be more excited about the plans we have for next year, and for the opportunity to help more patients on their healing journeys.Download
For women throughout Singapore, June marks Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month (OCAM). Read on for signs and symptoms you should be aware of. Prevention is better than cure. In the case of cancer, where a cure has yet to be found – early detection is a person’s best bet for survival.Download
What are the important things in life? Health should be at the top of everyone’s list. But with our hectic lives, it often takes a back seat to other pressing concerns. We would like to remind you to take time to think about your health and plan for your well-being. Take charge of your health and life – be it in the form of going regular health screenings or adopting a change in your lifestyle habits!Download
World Cancer day falls on 4 February every year. On this day, the world unites against cancer. Join us to raise awareness about cancer and take action against this disease.Download
2016 is a year to remember. This year, Parkway Cancer Centre celebrates 10 years of Hope, Health, and Happiness with our patients, as well as their healers, caregivers and companions. This will not be possible without the dedication and commitment of our doctors and staff, partners and supporters. We would like to thank everyone for journeying with us for the past years and we look forward to the start of new beginnings in 2017.Download
While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same.Download
Cancer in the stomach is the seventh most common cancer in women in Singapore. Stomach cancer is readily treatable when diagnosed early. Reduce your risk of stomach cancer by making a few changes in your lifestyle.Download
At Parkway Cancer Centre, patients and their loves ones are the heart of all that we do. Our brand of cancer care promises not only quality care but seamlessly coordinated care that is delivered holistically and under one roof.Download
This year, we are celebrating 10 years of HOPE, HEALTH and HAPPINESS. We are excited about the various initiatives which we have planned leading up to our anniversary. Do look out for these activities and come celebrate with us!Download
World Cancer Day takes place on every year on 4 February. This is a great opportunity for
everyone to play a role to help raise awareness of cancer. Cancer is not beyond us. Being
equipped with cancer knowledge and going for early screenings can help to fight against it.
Together, we can unite and spread the awareness of cancer to powerfully impact the world.
PCC celebrated our 9th year anniversary at New Ubin Seafood Restaurant on 23rd
October 2015. Step by step, we climb towards a greater height every year. It was a good time for everyone to gather and mingle together in a casual dinner setting. And with the company of tasty food, we had lots of fun interacting with each other. Now, let the pictures speak for itself!
The top most frequent cancer in Singapore women is Breast Cancer. Breast cancer is also the leading cause of cancer death amongst women. In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, this issue of Hopelink will provide insights to the disease.Download
In this issue, we would like to raise awareness for lung cancer. Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in men and the third most common cancer in women. In Singapore, lung cancer is the leading cause of death among cancer patients.Download
We have made it to the half way mark of 2015. This issue we will focus on cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the 10th most common cancer in Singaporean women. About 190 cases are diagnosed every year. Read on to find out more.Download
With all the demands of family and work, many women do not make their own health a priority. Therefore, we are dedicating this issue to all women. Keep your health in mind - Make it a priority to implement changes in your life that lead to a healthier, stronger, happier you!Download