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Videos

Find out the latest news about IOC Centres across the region through our video channel.

Hung Viet Cancer Hospital, Hanoi became part of IOC’s regional network in 2018.

Vu Phuong Tran is IOC’s Country Lead for Vietnam and he leads the healthcare investments and marketing for IOC in Vietnam.

Listen to him share how the hospital and doctors have benefited from being part of IOC’s network and collaborative culture via the Clinical Practice Partnership (CPP) and find out what has changed ever since.

IOC wishes to thank all staff for going above and beyond in 2021 and continuing to deliver quality cancer treatment to our patients through a very challenging year.

We also thank our patients and their families for their patience and understanding as we adapted to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation.

Despite all the challenges, there were also a lot of milestones for IOC, with new centres, Beacon Hospital (Malaysia), Luma Women’s Imaging Centre/ Medical Centre and Solis Breast Care & Surgery Centre (Singapore) joining our network. Take a look back at our 2021 highlights in this video.

Listen to the story of Eng Aik Meng featured in Straits Times Singapore on why he has the drive to make a difference through specialty healthcare in Asia due to his own’s mother’s battle with cancer.

Eng Aik Meng is Chairman of Integrated Oncology Centres (IOC) and co-founder of TE Asia Healthcare Partners and Group CEO of TE Healthcare Advisory Pte Ltd, the group behind IOC’s establishment.

This October, IOC unites with all our centres across the region to recognise women and their caregivers who are battling with breast cancer. Join us as we celebrate each and every women’s unique story and milestone.

With the Covid-19 pandemic affecting everyone across the region, IOC has stepped up to ensure our patient’s safety. IOC’s CEO, Phoebe Ho and IOC’s Chairman of Medical Council, Professor Poon share the different safety precautions taken in IOC centres to protect patients from the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

Cancer patients are vulnerable to COVID-19, and IOC will continuously remain responsive to the needs of our patients and employees.

Celebrating Life – Cancer Survivors Month 2021

Celebrating Cancer Survivors Month is a way that IOC offers support to cancer patients and their caregivers in their fight against cancer. In the month of June, we also hope to spread awareness of the possibilities of survivorship with quality cancer treatment.

In this video, hear what our Phoebe Ho, CEO, IOC has to say about survivorship and celebrating life.

World Cancer Day #IAmAndIWill

On this day, 4 February 2021, hundreds of activities and events are taking place around the world in support of World Cancer Day, a movement created in year 2000 to raise cancer awareness.

This year’s World Cancer Day’s theme, ‘I Am and I Will’, is all about us and our commitment to act. We believe in working together to reimagine a world where millions of preventable cancer deaths are saved. We aim at improving access to life-saving cancer treatment and care in Asia.

Watch the video as our CEO, Ms Phoebe Ho shares her and IOC’s commitment to bringing life-saving integrated cancer treatment and care to the people in Asia.

Early Detection Saves Lives

IOC continues to encourage all women to check their breast health regularly and for those above 40 or with family history of cancer to go for a yearly mammogram. Our network of oncology centres provide seamless care, from breast cancer screening right up to post cancer care, all under one roof.

IOC is With You in Your Fight Against Cancer

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, IOC wishes to assure all patients and their family members that our centres are equipped with safety measures. Patients can continue to come to all IOC centres for their cancer treatment.

IOC Brand Video

IOC held its brand launch across four countries in October 2019. Watch this video to hear our leaders share what the IOC brand is all about and what our exciting mission is.

IOC is With You in Your Fight Against Cancer

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, IOC wishes to assure all patients and their family members that our centres are equipped with safety measures. Patients can continue to come to all IOC centres for their cancer treatment.

IOC is With You in Your Fight Against Cancer

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, IOC wishes to assure all patients and their family members that our centres are equipped with safety measures. Patients can continue to come to all IOC centres for their cancer treatment.

IOC is With You in Your Fight Against Cancer

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, IOC wishes to assure all patients and their family members that our centres are equipped with safety measures. Patients can continue to come to all IOC centres for their cancer treatment.