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Support Group Meeting and BTSS Talk: Pituitary Tumours

Dealing with the brain tumour diagnosis can be frightening and overwhelming, but you don’t have to face it alone. Others who in similar situations are often the best source of support and information, so do join us in our monthly Support Group Meetings for a time of sharing, support, and community love.   This August, Dr Ong…

Introducing: BTSS Rehab and Home Care (RHC) Grant

Dear BTSS Family In our continuing efforts to better serve the Singapore brain tumour community, I am pleased to announce the launch of BTSS Rehab and Home Care Grant. The objective of our RHC Grant is to help alleviate the costs involved in caring for home bound BT patients, as well as those who have…

BTSS Core Values

As a diverse community, all of us in the BTSS family strive to be a source of support and community for each other. To help us better communicate our ethos and provide guidelines for interacting with each other and our partners, we would like to introduce our core values. May these serve as helpful principals…

  

Patient Stories

Zhe Xian

We went to all different doctors for his stomach pain but it just kept getting worse. Then after a trip to Emergency and a CT scan, we got the words a parent never wants to hear…

Rachel

Rachel Cheng, struck with the diagnosis of a Brain tumour at the age of only 5 months… 

Cheryl

14 year old Cheryl’s vision became blurry…

Terence

40 years as an office worker and barely a headache. Then for some reason my vision in one eye became weak…

Aloysius

It took me 10 years to propose to my girlfriend. Then just 7 months later, I got the news…

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