Cancer surgery in Singapore is not only focused on treating cancer, but preventing it as well. Preventive surgery
involves preemptively removing cells and tissue that are considered pre-cancerous, meaning that they have a high chance
of turning into cancer in the future.
Considered as a first-line treatment in early-stage cancers, curative surgery involves removing the malignant tumor from
the affected body part. Nowadays, the preferred method recommended by a cancer surgeon in Singapore is keyhole surgery.
Compared to traditional open surgery, keyhole surgery is minimally invasive, requiring only small incisions to access
the internal organs, resulting in reduced discomfort, risk of infection, and recovery time.
For people diagnosed with late-stage cancer and a poor prognosis, palliative surgery may be performed not to rid the
body of cancer, but to reduce the severity of its symptoms and side effects. Overall, the goal is to improve the comfort
of patients, even if it has minimal impact on survival.
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