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Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore VOC 1

Get The Right Diagnosis
And The Best Treatment Plan Possible


When you’re diagnosed with cancer, seeking a second opinion is important. It will empower you to make better decisions and help you feel confident that you are receiving an accurate diagnosis and the best treatment plan possible. 


Our Virtual Oncology Clinic offers you easy access to our Specialist Oncology Team and Network, wherever you are, in the comfort of your own home. Our virtual services include:


Our oncology teleconsultation/telemedicine will help to minimise delays in cancer diagnosis and treatment amidst covid-19 pandemic and other unforeseen circumstances.

Wherever you are in your cancer journey, we will help you navigate it.

How Our Virtual Consultation Works

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Medical Report

Virtual Consultation

Post Consultation

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Send us your medical reports, scans, imaging etc.

Link will be sent to you via email upon confirmation of payment

Immediate Follow Up to be determined

Why choose Virtual Consult with us?

Access our one-stop virtual cancer center approach

Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore Doctors

Seek professional advice from our Cancer Specialists, who are equipped with over decades of experience 

Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore Facility

All our Clinics and Treatment Facilities are configured for maximum safety 

Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore Patient Care

We ensure that our patients receive care in a safe and private environment 

Our International Patients

Patients from Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Tanzania, Bahrain, Morocco etc. have opted for our Virtual Oncology Clinic. Here are what our patients say:

Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore International Patients

"VOC provided me with timely advice"

- Mr Singo, Tanzania

Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore International Patients

"VOC was set up within 24 hours! It was informative & gave me comfort in taking the treatment advice."

- Y.Kho, Indonesia

  • When should I consult a Cancer Doctor?
    ​It is important to seek prompt medical advice as early detection of cancer greatly increases chances of cure. General symptoms of cancer can include but are not limited to: • Unexplained and unintended weight changes, including weight loss or gain • Fatigue • A wound or sore which does not heal • A lump or a hard growth under the skin that can be felt • Persistent cough or breathlessness (having trouble breathing or catching your breath) • Hoarseness of voice • A change in bladder or bowel habits, including pain during passing urine or motion • Prolonged unexplained joint or muscle pain • Unexplained bleeding or bruising • Unexplained bloody discharge from nipples, penis, or the vagina • Persistent nosebleed or ringing in ears (tinnitus)
  • What to do when I'm diagnosed with cancer?
    When diagnosed with cancer, time is of the essence but the first steps taken are the most critical; Understand your cancer treatment options Get a second opinion to decide the best treatment option for you Get a personalised treatment plan that compiles with international guidelines Understand the possible side effects of the treatment and how your cancer team can help minimise your potential side effects.
  • What do I need to prepare for the Virtual Consult?
    You need a desktop, laptop or your mobile phone connected to a strong and stable internet connection with at least 10Mbps.
  • What to expect during Virtual Consultation?
    Flat-Fee Consultation A flat-fee consultation with no hidden charges for a comprehensive assessment of medical reports and clinical management plan without any obligations to proceed for treatment. Complete review of clinical history Our specialists will conduct a comprehensive review of the patient's investigations and reports, and we would require these to be submitted prior to the Virtual Consultation. Discuss Treatment Options After reviewing the patient's clinical history and reports, our specialists will discuss treatment options available tailored to the patient's needs. The specialist may also recommend further necessary tests to determine the optimal treatment plan.
  • What happens after the Virtual Consult?
    Seamless Entry to Singapore (SG) for eligible International patients(refer to the latest VTL information) Upon completion of the review, our specialists will determine the suitability and urgency of the patient in receiving treatment in Singapore. Our experienced International Liaision team would then assist in the application of travel documents for entry to Singapore.

Our Doctors

Dr Daniel Tan Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore

Dr Daniel Tan Yat Harn

Senior Radiation Oncologist

 (Clinical Oncologist)

View Dr Daniel's profile here

 Clinical Interest: 

Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS/SBRT) Brain and Spine, Breast and Prostate Cancers

Dr Jonathan Teh Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore

Dr Jonathan Teh Yi Hui

Senior Radiation Oncologist

 (Clinical Oncologist)

View Dr Jonathan's profile here

 Clinical Interest: 

Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS/SBRT) Head and Neck, Gastrointestinal, Urologic, Pediatric Cancers & Sarcoma

Dr David Tan Boon Harn

Senior Radiation Oncologist

 (Clinical Oncologist)

View Dr David's profile here

 Clinical Interest: 

Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS/SBRT) Gynaecological, Gastrointestinal & Lung Cancers

Dr David Tan Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology Singapore
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