Cancer in Asia

With almost half the total number of new cancer cases in the world coming from Asia and International Cancer Specialists’ prominent location in Singapore, cancer in Asia is one of our main focuses.

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You are not in this alone.

Some of the most common cancers that occur include breast, lung, colon and prostate cancers. Not all cancers show signs or symptoms in their early stages, which is why cancer screening tests can save lives through prompt diagnosis and treatment.

Schedule an appointment with our doctors today if you or a loved one is presenting any signs or symptoms that concern you. Read on below to learn more about cancer in Asia.

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Breast Cancer

What you need to know about Breast Cancer How Common Is Breast Cancer In Singapore? Breast cancer is currently one of the leading cancers among women in Singapore. Unfortunately, it is also one of the top causes of death among all cancers diagnosed in women. This is highly concerning since ...
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Lung Cancer

Specialist Treatment for All Stages of Lung Cancer in Singapore How Lung Cancer Develops Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women worldwide, with almost 1 in 5 deaths attributable to it. With the current high and ever-increasing rate of smoking in many countries, ...
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Colon Cancer

What you need to know about Colon Cancer Incidence & Mortality The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) estimated that approximately 1.2 million new cases of colorectal cancer (CRC) were diagnosed in 2008 (9.8% of all new cancer cases) making CRC the fourth most common cancer worldwide. In addition, ...
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Prostate Cancer

What you need to know about Prostate Cancer Incidence & Mortality Prevention is better than cure. Early detection is possible through cancer testing, which is easily available in Singapore. Prostate cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer in males worldwide, accounting for 14% of the total new cancer cases ...