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Colon Cancer Screening

Tumour Marker Test For Colon Cancer In Singapore

Colon cancer is common in Singapore. Tumour marker tests for colon cancer is offered by clinics as part of their health screening packages.

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Cardiovascular Disease Colon Cancer Diabetes Food & Nutrition Prostate Cancer

Plant-Based Meat In Singapore – The Heathier Choice?

Plant-based meats are made from wheat, soy, and other plant-derived proteins. There are health benefits compared to red and processed meats.

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Colon Cancer

Colorectal Cancer Survival Rates in Singapore and Other Statistics

Colorectal cancer is among Singapore’s most frequently diagnosed cancers. Survival rates are high when the disease is diagnosed early.

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Colon Cancer Screening

Colon Cancer Screening in Singapore

Early detection of cancerous cells in the colon can help doctors provide timely treatment. There are 2 main colon cancer screening options in Singapore.

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Colon Cancer Preventive

How to Prevent Colon Cancer

There is no definitive way to prevent colon cancer. However, there are preventive measures can help lower the risk of getting the disease.

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Colon Cancer

5 Common Signs & Symptoms of Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is one of the top three cancers in Singapore. Watching out for these signs and symptoms may enable earlier treatment.

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Colon Cancer

What Are The Causes Of Colorectal Cancer?

There is uncertainty about what exactly causes colorectal cancer. However, science knows how it develops and becomes evident in the body.

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Colon Cancer

What is Colon Cancer

Colon cancer and rectal cancer are referred to together as colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is one of the most frequently occurring cancers in Singapore.

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Colon Cancer Screening SG Hospitals

AI Colorectal Cancer Screening at Farrer Park Hospital, Singapore

Farrer Park Hospital announced on 14 Jun 22 the introduction of artificial intelligence (“AI”) assisted colorectal cancer screening service. Using AI to aid in screening will improve detection, classification, screening, and surveillance for colorectal polyps and cancer.

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