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According to the Singapore Cancer Registry*, 39 people are diagnosed with cancer every day and one in four people may develop cancer in their lifetime. While the disease remains the leading cause of death in Singapore, cancer is not a death sentence. Regular cancer screening allows for early detection and therefore, timely treatment; increasing the overall survival rates for many people.

Farrer Park Cancer Care is supported by a team of multidisciplinary medical experts who are here to help patients and their caregivers make informed decisions. From understanding a cancer diagnosis to deciding on a treatment plan, it aims to equip patients and their caregivers with a useful and practical resource as they navigate through the disease into remission.

*Source: Singapore Cancer Registry 50th Anniversary Monograph 1968-2017, published November 2019.


Our Specialists
 

Andrew Tan
Choo Bok Ai
Choo Su Pin
Daniel Chan
Daniel Tan
David Tan
Francis Chin
Hsieh Wen Son
Johann Tang
John Chia
Jonathan Teh
Karmen Wong
Khor Tong Hong
Kong Hwai Loong
Lee Guek Eng
Lee Khai Mun
Lynette Ngo
Robert Lim
Shang Yeap Heng Oon
Tan Yew Oo
Toh Chee Keong
Whang Hwee Yong


Know Cancer

Cancer is a disease which occurs when changes in a group of normal cells within the body lead to uncontrolled abnormal growth, leading to the formation of a tumor.

Find out more about common cancers in Singapore and how you can get screened for cancer.


Beat Cancer

The early detection and treatment of cancer can improve a patient's recovery rate significantly.

Learn more about the various cancer treatments and reconstructive procedures available based on cancer type, cancer stage, and one's general health. 



 

Cancer Survivor Story:
Every cancer patient's journey is unique and not without difficulties.

Summer Ng was 24 years old when she was first diagnosed with cervical cancer. Dejected she may be, but she stands before us today, undefeated and more ready than ever to win the war against cancer. 
Here's her story.