About The Harley Street Oncology Centre

We have dedicated facilities for outpatient chemotherapy and associated treatments. Our cancer specialists will carefully assess your condition and provide a detailed explanation of the management plan, treatment options, complications and outcomes. Patients can receive chemotherapy in the calm and supportive environment of our clinic. Our team of specialist cancer nurses works closely with the pharmacists, dieticians and other health care professionals to provide the highest standard of care alongside our cancer specialists.

MEET OUR
DOCTORS

Dr Lo Soo Kien, Sue
Dr. Lo is a senior consultant medical oncologist with a special interest in breast, gynaecological and gastro-intestinal cancers.
Dr Lo Soo Kien, Sue
MB ChB (Sheffield,UK), FRCP (UK), CCT Medical Oncology (UK)

WHERE WE
ARE LOCATED

#07-41, 38 Irrawaddy Road, Singapore 329563
T +65 6694 0050
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What you need to know about breast cancer
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