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  1. Oscar Saxelby-Lee free of cancer for six months after undergoing cancer treatment in Singapore

    British boy who came to Singapore for treatment for aggressive cancer is ‘almost ready to go home’

    Oscar Saxelby-Lee is almost six months free of cancer, after coming to Singapore for an experimental, compassionate treatment for acute ...
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    More aggressive, spreads quickly: Why small cell lung cancers are hard to beat

    A new first-line treatment option has been approved for people battling extensive-stage small cell lung cancer, an aggressive disease strongly ...
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    Commentary: Cancer patients are a vulnerable group during COVID-19. But that can be helped

    Increasing evidence suggests that cancer patients have an elevated risk of COVID-19 infection and are more likely to have higher morbidity and ...

    Olympics: Lowe aims high after clearing cancer

    American high jump champion Chaunte Lowe is fuelled by a desire to show people that they can overcome any challenge as she trains for her fifth ...
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    COVID-19 care for cancer patients: How to stay positive, resilient and safe

    Be kind to yourself and stay connected: These self-care tips from the National Cancer Centre Singapore are also applicable to non-cancer patients, ...