How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Provides a patient with 1 week's supply of ostomy bags, which need to be replaced every 2 to 3 days.
Provides a patient with 2 weeks' supply of adult diapers.
Provides a patient who cannot consume solid food with 2 weeks' supply of milk.
Equivalent to the average costs of a 1-Day Surgery at the hospital (subsidised rate) for uncomplicated breast cancer.
Our Campaign Storyends 30 Sep 2017, 11:59 PM
On 14th September 2017, Dr. William Tan will embark on a 500km journey from London to Paris. He is doing this to raise funds for charities in UK, Singapore and Malaysia in support of cancer research and cancer care. A grueling challenge even for an able bodied athlete, Dr. William will be hand-cycling across various terrains and through the English Channel over 4 days before completing the course going past the famed Arc de Triomphe and then on to the Eiffel Tower for the finish line.
London Speaker Bureau is proud to sponsor and support Dr. William Tan for this meaningful and challenging event.
Dr. William Tan was paralysed from the waist down since the age of two due to poliomyelitis. Instead of being hampered by his disability, it drove Dr. William to work harder and conquered the odds in both academia and sports from a very young age. He graduated to become a physician, one of his childhood dreams, and worked at the National Cancer Centre in Singapore as neuroscientist and physician. He was also the pioneer batch of Singapore Paralympians who competed in the 1988 Seoul Paralympics. He has also completed 7 marathons in 7 continents, including the Arctic and Antarctica, in wheelchair.
You can read more about Dr. William Tan at www.drwilliamtan.net
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About The Charity
Established in 1964, Singapore Cancer Society (SCS) is a self-funded voluntary welfare organisation which is dedicated to minimising the impact of cancer in Singapore through the provision of cancer treatment subsidies, financial and welfare aid to needy cancer patients, home hospice care services for terminally-ill cancer patients, as well as rehabilitation support programmes for recovering cancer patients and cancer survivors . In addition, the Society also provides free cancer screening services and promotes cancer awareness and prevention through its public education and community outreach programmes. Annually, the SCS helps more than 1,000 needy cancer patients and reaches out to more than 50,000 individuals through its cancer screening, public educational and community outreach programmes.