LLF Dinner & Beneficiaries’ Support Session on 22 November 2011, Tuesday

In June 2011, Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation conducted a survey amongst our beneficiaries and their family members to find out the type of activities, talks and/or
workshops which they would be interested to participate in. The most asked for
was talks by doctors / nutritionists. After much planning and arrangements, we
are proud to say that Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation will be holding a Dinner
& Beneficiaries’ Support Session on 22 November 2011, Tuesday, from 630pm
to 9pm
, @ Novena Medical Centre #10-24 Conference Room.

Programme Listing



Speaker, if applicable

630pm – 7pm

Introduction of Music Therapy Ms. Ng Wang Feng, Board Certified Music Therapist
and ex-President of Association for Music Therapy Singapore

7pm – 8pm

Doctor’s Talk (Leukemia) cum Q&A Dr. Benjamin Mow, experienced Oncologist –

8pm – 830pm

Buffet Dinner N.A.

830pm – 9pm

Sharing Session by beneficiaries and/or caregiver T.B.C. (Kick-start for Patient Support Group)

Topics for Doctor’s Talk:

1. Understanding on Leukemia disease (Acute & Chronic)

2. Possible treatment & side-effects

3. Latest development/ Clinical trial

 Profile of Speaker

Dr. Benjamin Mow, our distinguished speaker, is an oncologist – haematologist with 20 years of experience. He is currently a
Consultant Oncologist-Haematologist at The MOW Blood & Cancer Clinic and a Visiting Consultant in the Department of Haematology-Oncology at the National University Hospital, Singapore. Dr. Mow has participated in various national
and international cancer research projects on subjects such as molecular epidemiology of lymphoma in Singapore and preclinical drug development. He is a frequent invited speaker on subjects related to haematology and oncology and has contributed extensively to the international peer-reviewed published literature on related subjects over the last 15 years. Dr. Benjamin Mow has received numerous awards from the National University Hospital, Singapore, and other institutions and organizations for his teaching and research and in 2005, he was honoured with the National Healthcare Humanity Award.


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