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Seeking BT Patients for BTSS SURVEY

If you are a brain tumour patient residing in Singapore or the caregiver of a brain tumour patient in Singapore, please take about 10 minutes to help BTSS in our survey. Our study is the first in Singapore on brain tumours and its impact on patients. The key questions we hope to answer are: What are the trends concerning brain tumours…

BTSS Founder’s Day 2017

This March, look forward to an exciting programme at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum! Lunch will be provided, and a guided tour will be conducted by the excellent Museum staff. Free for BTSS beneficiaries, caregivers and immediate family members, sign up now to avoid disappointment!

Support Group Meeting + BTSS Talk + AGM 2017

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. Join us on 11 February…

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


    14 year old Cheryl’s vision became blurry…


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


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

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    We aim to help brain tumour patients, their families and caregivers through care groups, awareness raising, fund raising, and education for patients and their families. With your help, we can grow this community of support.