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Caring for Someone with Cancer - After Cancer (Survivorship)

Equip yourself with information and tips on how to care for your loved ones post-cancer (survivorship) and draw inspiration and support from others whose lives have been touched by cancer as well.

General FAQs About Life Post-Cancer


Don't fear the disease. Understand it. Get your doubts cleared by getting answers to the more common Frequently Asked Questions about life post-cancer.


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Nutrition & Diet

Eating right is key even after recovery and when the patient is in remission. Learn more about the importance of good nutrition during cancer treatment as well as download nutritious recipes endorsed by the Department of Dietetics in the National University Hospital.

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Active Living

Exercise is an equally important component of the rehabilitation and post-cancer journey. Learn about the importance of exercise and get tips of simple workout routines to help you lead a healthy and active life.

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Supportive and Palliative Care

The cancer journey is not an easy one which is why we offer supportive and palliative care to provide an extra layer of support for you and your loved one battling cancer to help improve your quality of life.


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Finding Support

You are not alone. Seek support and draw comfort from other caregivers who are helping their loved ones through their cancer journey.

Find relaxation and comfort in fellow caregivers at our Yoga classes.

Find out more about our Supportive Care Programmes.

NCIS Stories of Hope

The battle has been fought and won. Let real-life caregiver accounts encourage you along your caregiving journey here.


Survivorship Videos

There is life after cancer. Celebrate life with our series of inspirational survivorship videos and find joy and hope in the lives of our survivors beyond cancer.

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