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Telling a story of bravery (Tomorrow’s Medicine dated 24 Aug 2015)

Featuring Dr Jason Leen, Duke-NUS alumnus and year two Paediatrics Resident in SingHealth. They came up with the Bravery Beads programme to support young patients going through the upheavals of cancer treatment. The first of its kind in Southeast Asia, this programme inspires young patients to remember their personal triumphs at combating cancer. 


After Privi, it's (Duke-NUS News dated 6 Aug 2015)

Dr Rena Dharmawan (MD 2011) was in the team that won third place in the MIT Hacking Medicine@SG


A Big Nod for Privi (Duke-NUS News dated 24 Dec 2014)

Dr Rena Dharmawan (MD 2011) is part of Team Privi that trumped 298 teams for S$100,000 cash funding in NTUC Income's Future Starter competition. 


New Trial Results Affirm Better Blood Pressure Management During C-Section With World's First Automated Blood Pressure Management System (KKH Press Release dated 10 Feb 2014)

Dr Paul Tan (MD 2013) contributed to the trial for KKH's DIVA System for blood pressure management from Oct 2011 to July 2012. 


He took 'scenic route' to medicine (The Straits Times, 26 May 2011, Prime, pA11)

Mr Lim Kheng Choon (MD 2011), a former air force engineer, is in the inaugural batch of 24 students to receive the Doctor of Medicine degree awarded by the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School.