Living to the Fullest with Cancer

1 in 4 people in Singapore may develop cancer in their lifetime, but it should not cancel out living.

With the aim to educate and empower, Parkway Cancer Centre (“PCC”), the organiser of the cancer wellness symposium – Living to the Fullest with Cancer, has put together a panel of specialists who will be sharing the latest updates on cancer survivorship and therapies, insights to wellness, as well as actionable tips on how to triumph over cancer to achieve strength, hope, and vitality in life.

Ticket is at S$5 each. Care pack and light refreshments will be provided. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Singapore Cancer Society.

Venue:     Voco Orchard Singapore, Grand Ballroom, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883

Date:        Saturday, September 30, 2023

Time:        1.00pm – 4.30pm

Ticket:      S$5 nett each. Available at Eventbrite official website.

The event is strongly recommended for cancer survivors and high cancer risk individuals, and their caregivers.

“Whether you are currently undergoing treatment, in remission, or supporting a loved one, this symposium is designed to provide inspiration, knowledge, and a sense of community,” says Dr See Hui Ti

Senior Consultant, Medical Oncology, Parkway Cancer Centre. “Cancer does not have to be debilitative. Together, we can achieve strength, hope and vitality to live life to the fullest.”

The symposium offers the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, survivors, and caregivers. The panel of specialists will also be answering questions from the audience on cancer care ranging from screenings, treatments, sleep, nutrition to mental health.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to connect, learn, and thrive.


  • Cancer Survivorship: Dr See Hui Ti, Senior Consultant, Medical Oncology, Parkway Cancer Centre

Cancer survivorship is increasing, but what are the issues our cancer patients still suffer from?      

  • Updates on Lymphoma & Leukaemia: Dr Colin Phipps Diong, Senior Consultant, Haematology, Parkway Cancer Centre

Hear about the key advances made in recent years, such as (CAR) T-cell Therapy.                 

  • Multi-Cancer Early Detection in a Single Blood Draw: Dr Tan Min-Han, Founder & Medical Director, Lucence

Detect up to 10 cancers earlier with this new blood test.     

  • When Sleep Just Won’t Come: Dr Wong Sheau Hwa, Psychiatrist, SH Wong Sleep & Psychological Wellness Clinic

Learn about insomnia and how it may relate to cancer.      

  • Sarcopenia: Will a Plant-based Diet Make It Worse? Mr Gerard Wong, Senior Dietitian, Parkway Cancer Centre

Can the current plant-based diet trend be good for sarcopenia and cancer prevention?

  • Survivorship Care: An Ongoing Mental Health Care: Ms Tan Hui Ping, Principal Counsellor, Parkway Cancer Centre

Understand how life after cancer treatment can present new emotional challenges.


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Written by Benny Ai

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