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July 19, 2018 | Awards & RecognitionUpclose 

For Patients, By Patients

Formed in 2005, The Revival Connection (TRC) is a support group set up by patients for patients with advanced or recurrent cancer who often have different needs and concerns from early-stage cancer patients.

July 12, 2018 | Clinical Care and InnovationResearch 

Not just a fancy fitness tracker

Research team from the SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Precision Medicine (PRISM) and National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) found that wearable sensors can help predict heart problems.

July 06, 2018 | Clinical Care and InnovationUpclose 

Never too old to volunteer

Mr Ang, a 70 year-old retiree, shares how he finds fulfillment in volunteering at Bright Vision Hospital.

July 02, 2018 | Research 

Hardly a dry eye in the house thanks to new acupuncture technique

SNEC and SERI led a three-year collaborative clinical trial between SERI and Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution (SCHMI) to develop a treatment that combines the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern medicine to treat 'dry eye'.

June 28, 2018 | Awards & RecognitionUpclose 

The Wheelchair Does Not Define Who I Am

Ms Yolenda Chua was at the peak of her career when she was diagnosed with chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) 14 years ago, confining her to a wheelchair. With sheer determination and positivity, she embraced the challenges and never allowed her illness to slow her down.

June 26, 2018 | Awards & RecognitionClinical Care and Innovation 

Falls prevention is everyone's business

Bright Vision Hospital Falls Free initiative aims at creating a safe environment for patients with high fall risk.

June 22, 2018 | Awards & RecognitionUpclose 

Live in the present

Ms Diana Tan who was diagnosed with heart failure in 2000 followed by breast cancer in 2016. Last year, her vision started deteriorating due to diabetes. Yet, Diana remains positive and never hesitates to reach out to help other patients.

June 11, 2018 | Awards & RecognitionUpclose 

62 year old going strong despite parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease has not stopped 62-year-old Michael Tan from leading a fulfilling life. He has been appointed as the PD ambassador for Singapore by the World Parkinson Coalition.