MAD (Move Against Diabetes) Hike 2021
Registration period: 20 September – 20 October 2021Virtual Hike: 10 – 30 November 2021
One in three Singaporeans can expect to develop diabetes in their lifetime, impairing their quality of life in later years. Diabetes is an invisible disease. It does not appear as a top cause of death, but many heart attacks, strokes, and kidney failures are caused by diabetes. Diabetes also complicates the treatment of many other diseases, including COVID-19.
Regular exercise and eating right can help prevent and manage diabetes. This November, in line with World Diabetes Day on 15 November 2021, rally your colleagues/family/friends and join us in MAD Hike 2021, held virtually amid COVID-19.
Hike from 10-30 November 2021 to raise funds for needy patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases.
Let’s Move Against Diabetes together for a meaningful cause!
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For more information, click here.
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Date: 8 November 2021
Venue: via Zoom
The Radiological Sciences Academic Clinical Programme will be organising their inaugural talent show to celebrate the talents of the Radiological Sciences community and raise funds for the Tan Kim Ping Academic Fund.
The Fund helps to train future-ready radiologists, discover new imaging technologies and know-how to improve patient outcomes.
With a gift of $25 or more, you will receive a link via email to join the virtual talent show.
8 November is also International Day of Radiology and World Radiography Day, so do join them in celebrating this special day.
Scan or click the QR code below to make your gift today!(internet access is required)
Your gift will enable endless possibilities to transform lives and improve health. Together, we define tomorrow’s Medicine.
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