“You must feel quite worried.” Duke-NUS student Anthony Li learnt that this innocent question can come with big implications.
Scientists at the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) are conducting a clinical trial to test a new treatment for advanced and recurrent ovarian cancer.
A diet with plenty of red meat and poultry is linked to a higher risk of diabetes among Singapore Chinese, according to new findings from Duke-NUS Medical School.
Have you ever wondered what keeps our healthcare professionals going in providing care for patients, searching for new cures and training young healthcare professionals? Watch this video to find out more:
How far does a doctor need to empathise with his patients? Medical student Tan Chin Yee contemplates on this question as he faced his first death in the hospital.
Internationally-recognised clinician and expert in medical education Professor Ian Curran joins Duke-NUS Medical School from the UK General Medical Council.
From hectic schedules to critical reflections, the blended Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship at Duke-NUS allows for an alternative path to induct medical students into clinical practice.
Experts have developed an IPPT test for the elderly, with stations that measure balance, flexibility and strength. This is to identify those at risk of frailty before falls or other health crises land them in hospital.
Have you heard of the cancer tsunami? One in three Singaporeans will get cancer in their lifetime, and one in three Singaporeans will die of cancer. Where should we look for hope in changing these trends?
In conjunction with the SingHealth Duke-NUS Gala Dinner 2017, healthcare institutions in the Academic Medical Centre raised $32.5m over two years to advance medical research and education.