Cancer survivorship starts when a person is diagnosed with cancer and continues through the cancer journey and beyond. Once treatment is completed, in addition to looking out for long-term side effects related to treatment and regular monitoring by your healthcare team to detect recurrence, it is important that you stay well and live well!
The NCIS Survivorship Programme’s mission is to provide a holistic and personalised end-to end support that begins right from the point of diagnosis, through treatment, to survivorship and end-of-life care. We understand that every person has unique physical, psychological and social needs and our spectrum of services will help, guide and empower you and your caregivers.
To find out more, download our
Cancer Survivorship brochure, visit our
Programmes and Activities page, or take a look at our Calendar of Events here!
Cancer Rehabilitation in the Community
NCIS provides cancer rehabilitation services in several locations in the community. If you are interested to find out more, please speak to your doctor or nurse about it.
Be Active, Live Well
Led by our physiotherapists, this short 15-minute workout session is suitable for all ages.
NCIS Healthy Cooking Demonstration 2021
Mr Mohamed Shariff, a cancer survivor and chef with 4 decades of experience teams up with NUH dietitian Ms Lynn Teong to share common nutritional tips and how to prepare home-cooked healthy meals.