When major organ complications develop in Systemic Sclerosis, a patient's life-span is significantly reduced. Current treatments largely manage the symptoms alone and are not effective in preventing the progression of disease. We hope to be able to detect major organ complications earlier and to discover new treatments for our patients.
Dr Andrea Low, Head and Senior Consultant Rheumatologist, Clinician ScientistMedicine Academic Clinical Program, in support of Rheumatology Research
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Medicine is driven by knowledge, knowledge built from research. And research answers the question we ask everyday - what is the best way? That, is the history of medicine.
A/Prof Soh Chai Rick, Chairman, Division of Anaesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, Dept of AnaesthesiologyAnaesthesiology & Perioperative Sciences Academic Clinical Program
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Effective treatment for breast diseases begins with the right diagnosis. This is why we are relentless in our pursuit to provide an accurate, specific, and comprehensive diagnosis for our patients. By bridging science with clinical medicine through research, we can then explore new ways to improve care and outcomes for patients. Hopefully, we will, one day, be able to find a cure for breast cancer.
Prof Tan Puay Hoon, Chairman, Division of Pathology & Senior Consultant, Dept of Clinical PathologyPathology Academic Clinical Program
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