[metaslider id="5280"]

Volume 44, Number 2

February 2014

Understanding Intra-tumour Heterogeneity—The Next Holy Grail of Cancer Therapeutics?

Advances in strategies to characterise tumours in the last decade have uncovered distinct molecular subtypes with prognostic and predictive relevance in both solid tumours...

The Use of Traditional Chinese Medicine Among Breast Cancer Patients: Implications for The Clinician

Complementary and alternative medicine practices and products are often believed to be holistic and natural cures for many aliments. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is...

Young Breast Cancer in a Specialised Breast Unit in Singapore: Clinical, Radiological and Pathological Factors

Breast cancer is the most common cancer to afflict women in Singapore, accounting for almost 30% of all female cancers. The greatest incidence occurred...

Singapore Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) Experience: Shall We Change Our Practice?

Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) constitutes nearly 4% of all children diagnosed with cancer in the ethnically diverse small island city of Singapore. It is the most...

Epidemiology of Oral Cancer Diagnosed at a Singapore Tertiary Healthcare Institution

Oral and pharyngeal cancers grouped together are the sixth most common cancer seen worldwide. The annual estimated incidence is around 275,000 and 130,300 new...