The NUS Greater Good Series aims to raise awareness of philanthropy and its impact on society. The series features talks by leading minds on topics related to philanthropy. These include generosity, giving and service to the community, as well as leadership, personal well-being and mental resilience.
Today, an Asian woman has twice the chance of developing cancer compared to her mother. Her daughter’s risk is four times that of her grandmother. The incidence of breast cancer in Asia is rising more rapidly than in the West. Breast Cancer in Asia is a disease that ultimately concerns all of us as it could potentially affect any family.
Join Associate Professor Mikael Hartmann, a Breast and Trauma Surgeon from the Department of Surgery, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, as he shares what the latest medical technology can do to save lives affected by breast cancer.