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Wide Awake

Wide Awake

The idea of going under the knife, particularly when it involves a crucial organ such as the brain is daunting in itself. Now, imagine undergoing brain surgery while being wide awake. Terrified? You needn’t be. Welcome to awake brain surgery or as Consultant Neurosurgeon Dr Syed Abdullah Al-Haddad also calls it: awake craniotomy. Read More
Treat, Not Tolerate

Treat, Not Tolerate

Still in pain even if it’s been several months since your surgery? Don’t brush it off as nothing; it very well could be a case of persistent post-operative pain. Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Jose Antonio San Juan gives us the lowdown on this neurological condition. Read More
Living with NSCLC

Living with NSCLC

If you are reading this Special Report, you or someone close to you may have been diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). There must be so many questions in your head. How will this cancer be treated? What should you do next? How will it impact your loved ones? How much time do you have left? The purpose of this Special Report is to help you understand your diagnosis and clarify your concerns. It is our hope that you will then be prepared to make informed decisions, for yourself o... Read More
Cataract Unclouded

Cataract Unclouded

Every cloud has a silver lining – and that also applies to the clouding of the eyes’ natural lens, a condition known as cataract. Consultant Ophthalmologist Dr Shin Hoy Choong tells us about this silver lining, which is none other than lens replacement surgery. Read More