Clinical Oncology

About Clinical Oncology

Tumours, including cancerous or non-cancerous, are abnormal growths in the human body. Cancerous tumours are treated by clinical oncologists who specialised in the care and treatment of cancer patients. Oncologists need to diagnose cancer patient and provide drug therapy (e.g. ones that are commonly known as “chemotherapy” and “radiotherapy”).

Battling cancer is a great challenge for patients and caregivers emotionally, physically and psychologically. Our medical team provides preventive care, diagnosis and tailor-made options to the patient’s need including recovery.

Service available
Service available

Following are the services available at our clinic:

  • Cancer diagnosis
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiotherapy
  • Hormonal therapy
  • Targeted therapy
  • Palliative care

Our medical team is dedicated to providing tailor-made options to the patient’s need. Please contact us for more details.

Different treatment options
Different treatment options


Chemotherapy is commonly used to treat cancers, which medicines are used to destroy cancerous cell and cause tumour shrinkage. Unfortunately, both healthy and cancerous cells will be affected by the treatment, and cause side effects and discomfort to patients during the process.


Radiotherapy is a local treatment, which commonly used to treat most cancer patients. Radiation is used to destroy the cancerous (rapid dividing) cell. Normal cells will be affected to a certain extent. As radiotherapy is a local treatment, less injury is caused to normal cells.

Hormonal therapy

Hormonal therapy is a drug treatment, in the form of drugs or injections, that interferes with the growth of cancers induced by hormones. It is a long-term treatment program, which commonly used to treat breast and prostate cancers with mild side effects.

Targeted therapy

Targeted therapy is a form of drug treatment, for patients whose cancer has a specific gene mutation that codes for the target, which interferes with cancer development. It targets abnormally grow cell or enlarged/spread cancerous cells. Targeted therapy has fewer side effects and a reduced impact on the functions of bone marrow and the immune system. Not every patient is eligible for targeted therapy. Patients are required for tumour DNA testing, then wait for the report to discuss with the doctor.

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