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Radiation Treatment (Radiotherapy)

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Dr Daniel Tan Yat Harn

Medical Oncologist
Asian American Radiation Oncology
Gleneagles Hospital Annexe
6A Napier Road, S 258500

Professional Statement

Dr Daniel Tan Yat Harn is a radiation oncologist currently practising at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore. He started his career as a radiation oncologist after graduating from the National University of Singapore in 2002.

Dr Tan trained at international medical centres with a focus on neuro-oncology. This included proton therapy at the University of Pennsylvania’s Roberts Proton Therapy Centre, USA; spine radiosurgery at Princess Margaret Hospital and Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre in Toronto; and advanced radiation technologies at Tokyo Metropolitan Komagome Hospital in Japan.

Dr Tan was the national project coordinator of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) initiative to train and develop specialists in Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT), an advanced radiation technique, in the Asia-Pacific region.

 He was the organising chairman of the inaugural Radiology Asia 2015, a regional radiology meeting held in conjunction with the Singapore Radiological Society’s 24th Annual Scientific Meeting. He has frequently been invited to lecture on these subjects at regional meetings such as the Philippines Radiation Oncology Society Annual Meeting, the Annual Scientific Congress of the Malaysian Oncological Society, the Asia-Pacific Breast Cancer Summit and the International Society of Geriatric Oncology Asia Pacific Conference.

Dr Tan helms the clinical unit of Asian American Radiation Oncology (AARO), the radiotherapy and oncology division of Asian American Medical Group. In collaboration with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre (UPMC), AARO manages and provides clinical supervision for radiation oncology units in Asia, bringing cutting-edge radiation technologies to developing regions.

Dr Tan is currently pursuing his MBA in Healthcare Management at NUS because he believes that good medicine depends on good management.

What I do

Dr Daniel Tan Yat Harn provides clinical services such as:
- Radiosurgery
- Radiation Therapy to treat cancers in the brain and spine
- Prostate cancers

Dr Edward Yang Tuck Loong

Radiation Oncologist

Parkway Cancer Centre
6A Napier Road, Gleneagles Hospital Level 1,
Radiation Oncology Centre,
Singapore 258500

Professional Statement

Dr Yang Tuck Loong Edward is a Senior Consultant, Radiation Oncologist at Gleneagles Hospital. Dr Yang was previously the Senior Consultant in Radiation Oncology at the National Cancer Centre Singapore. At the Singapore General Hospital, he was the Consultant Radiation Oncologist where he oversaw Urologic Oncology in the Department of Therapeutic Radiology. Dr Yang began a 3D conformal radiotherapy programme for prostate cancer in 1997. He was also appointed as Chairman of Quality Assurance in the Department of Radiation Oncology in the National Cancer Centre Singapore.

Dr Yang graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1981. He started his training in Radiotherapy in 1984. He was the senior registrar and clinical lecturer in Radiotherapy and Oncology in Middlesex Hospital and the Middlesex-University College Hospital Medical School from 1987 to 1988.

Dr Yang has special interests in the management of urologic, paediatric, breast and nasopharyngeal cancer. Dr Yang is a current member of the Specialist Training Committee which oversees training in Radiation Oncology in Singapore.

Dr Yang has been with Gleneagles Radiation Oncology Centre since 2001.

What I do

Dr Edward Yang Tuck Loong provides clinical services such as:
- Prostate Cancer
- Paediatric Cancer
- Breast Cancer
- Nasopharyngeal Cancer
- Colorectal Cancer
- Radiotherapy
- Therapeutic Radiotherapy
- Brachytherapy

Dr Lee Kim Shang

Radiation Oncologist 

Parkway Cancer Centre
3 Mount Elizabeth,
Mount Elizabeth Hospital Level 2,
Singapore 228510

Professional Statement

Dr Lee Kim Shang is a Senior Consultant, Radiation Oncologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital.

He graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1985. He received the Ministry of Health HMDP Fellowship to train in Saint
Bartholomew’s Hospital in London from 1990 to 1992, and at the Neuro-Oncology Unit, Royal Marsden Hospital, United Kingdom in 1996. He obtained the FRCR (Clinical Oncology) in 1993 and was appointed Senior Consultant, Therapeutic Radiology Department at National Cancer Centre Singapore. During this time, Dr Lee held numerous concurrent appointments including Chairman of the Therapeutic Radiology Department Safety Committee, member of Ministry of Health Colorectal Cancer Clinical Practice Guidelines Committee and member of the Specialist Training Committee (Radiation Oncology) in the Ministry of Health.

What I do

Dr Lee Kim Shang provides clinical services such as:
- Radiation therapy
- Chemotherapy
- Therapeutic Radiotherapy
- Brachytherapy
- Radiosugery