Over 1/3 of transplant patients die now, but mortality rate under 10% in ongoing trial
More effective harvesting of stem cells in the umbilical cord may help in search for blood cancer cure
Grants and Clinician Innovator Award aim to support research in health and biomedical fields
National Dental Centre seeing more cases, with increase attributed to greater awareness
As the next line of screening, a new nuclear imaging scan can detect prostate cancer cells even when they are too few or too small to be picked up by conventional tests.
When Melvin Lee’s wife died at the age of 36, he made a donation to support research into rare and genetic cancers to help others facing similar diseases. But he wanted to do more to honour his wife’s memory and keep alive her kind and giving spirit.
SGH team combines 'older' antibiotics with other drugs in bid to tackle such infections.
While there are more women in science and engineering than ever, the fields remain largely male-dominated, especially at the top. Two women are addressing this with initiatives aimed at giving their fellow women a career boost.
SNEC & SERI study: Indian Singaporeans have higher chance of developing eye disease
NCCS, NUS, the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore, the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, and A*Star are collaborating to grow mini liver cancer tumours in a lab in hope of developing better treatments.