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“Every day, we witness our brave patients fighting their cancer. Just as we give all our energy today rowing alongside the Pink Spartans, we are with our patients in body and spirit to overcome their cancers,” said Dr Khoo Tan, leader for the Team NCCS dragon boaters and Senior Consultant Radiation Oncologist at NCCS.
The funds raised for this event will benefit the Community Cancer Fund, which provides a buffer for cancer sufferers and their families when they run out of funds for their cancer treatments.
With a history dating back to 1829, the UK Boat Races is a set of annual rowing races between the Oxford University and the Cambridge University Boat Clubs, watched by more than 250,000 people each year and also telecast live around the world.
The UK Boat Races also focus on raising money for the Cancer Research UK.
To deliver among the best in cancer treatment and care, our clinicians work closely with our scientists who conduct robust cutting-edge clinical and translational research programmes which have been internationally recognised.
Over time, treatment costs can potentially take a toll on patients and their families.
We will give our best on the water and hope for your support to raise funds for cancer patients with financial needs.” Row For Hope is Singapore’s answer to the annual UK Boat Races.
NCCS strives to be a global leading cancer centre, and shares its expertise and knowledge by offering training to local and overseas medical professionals.
About the Community Cancer Fund The Community Cancer Fund (previously known as the Cancer Research and Education Fund) supports (1) financial assistance for needy patients; (2) education and training for better patient care and cancer prevention; as well as (3) improvements that enhance patient care.