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October 25, 2016 | EducationAcademic MedicineUpclose 

Seek. Ask. Find.

In July 2016, Dr Jasmine Chung, Associate Consultant at SGH's Department of Infectious Diseases travelled to Duke University Hospital, where she would spend her next one year. Tomorrow’s Medicine talks to Dr Jasmine Chung in Duke to find out more about her experience.

October 25, 2016 | Giving & PhilanthropyClinical Care and Innovation 

Bust the myths: Cord blood donation

Will your delivery experience be affected? Why should you donate to a public cord blood bank, and not keep it for your own family? Will you get anaemia?

October 25, 2016 | Giving & Philanthropy 

More cord blood donors needed

Mdm Jannathnisha has donated cord blood at all her four pregnancies. But many new mothers and their families still have mixed feelings about donating their baby's umbilical cord.

October 20, 2016 | Giving & PhilanthropyClinical Care and Innovation 

Gift of life, Gift of hope

The gift of transplantation is life-changing for those with disabling illnesses such as organ failure and blindness. Have you spoken to your loved ones about being a donor? Here are 10 things to know about organ and tissue donation.

October 20, 2016 | Clinical Care and Innovation 

Less pain, quicker recovery with new hip surgery method

New hip replacement surgery technique goes between muscles in the thigh instead of cutting through them, reducing time to recovery and length of stay in the hospital.

October 18, 2016 | EventsGiving & Philanthropy 

SingHealth raises record amount for President's Challenge 2016

SingHealth raised a record total of S$528,000 this year - the highest amount in thirteen years since it started its annual fundraising efforts for the beneficiaries of President’s Challenge.

October 17, 2016 | Clinical Care and InnovationResearch 

2 tests better than one for cervical cancer

By combining a Pap smear with a test for certain cancer-cauing viruses, cervical cancer can be tested for with greater accuracy.

October 13, 2016 | EducationEventsSafety & Quality 

DARE-ing the young to save lives

A new training programme has been rolled out to equip people as young as school-going children with the skills to save lives when faced with a cardiac arrest.