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What was childhood like for our young cancer fighters?
10 September 2019

Children cancer survivors open up about their childhoods Majority of the childhood cancer cases in Singapore have an early onset of 0-4 years old. Instead of enjoying their childhoods, these children undergo cycles of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery. We talked to three of our cancer survivors—Amirah (AM), Ruqayyah (RY) and Nazri (NZ)—to understand the struggles […]

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What would a day-care centre for cancer-afflicted children look like?
27 June 2019

With the number of cancer-afflicted children under our care rising, we plan to revamp our Eunos cancer centre into a day-care sanctuary for them. We asked several of our children patients to look at photographs of indoor playgrounds and pick out the features they liked the most. Watch the video below to see which playgrounds […]

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What Makes a Good Father?
27 June 2019

The Qudwah Hasanah Award showcases the stories of inspiring fathers Since its inception, “Qudwah Hasanah”—or “Exemplary Father”—has uncovered the many tribulations fathers go through when raising their children. This award seeks to bring to light the important role a father plays in building a family, as well as inspiring the younger generation of fathers.  We speak […]

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