A Window of Light

into The World of Healing

for Those Challenged with Cancer


To offer a greater awareness of the benefits of holistic, non-invasive, integrative therapies and nutrition to alleviate the pain and provide greater comfort for cancer patients through credible, peer-reviewed and evidence-based information from field experts. 


To create a cancer free society through support, education, networking & research.


About Us

Cansurvive Singapore was established on 21st June 2017, with the first ever meeting that gathered various individuals with diverse backgrounds all for a common cause – to explore and raise the awareness of existing unconventional methods and integrative medicine to alleviate the pain of cancer treatments.


We are a part of the Cansurvive Global Chapters comprising Malaysia, Australia, Singapore, Philippines and Thailand. It took us seven months from the first meeting to eventually launch our first talk on 20th January 2018. Since then, we’ve been holding quarterly talks throughout the year. Do keep a lookout on this website, our Facebook Page or Instagram for news on upcoming events.  

The Team

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Hospitality & Wellness Professional

An experienced and accomplished hospitality professional with extensive experience in sports and recreation, country club, spa and wellness management. 

Role in Cansurvive:

Procurement Manager

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Freelance Writer 

A freelance writer who aspires to be a counsellor and help people cope with challenging situations and hopefully inspire them to change the narrative of their life through holistic personal wellbeing. 

Role in Cansurvive:

Media Manager



​Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist

An Electronic & Electrical Engineer by training with University of Surrey in U.K. He founded Choizya back in August 2016, and specialises in detection and protection of wireless radiation for homes and offices. 

Role in Cansurvive:

Floor & Content Manager



Caregiver Support Specialist 

A Caregiver Support Specialist at Caregivers Alliance Limited. An active mental health advocate with a keen eye for social issues, she is currently an undergraduate at Singapore University of Social Sciences majoring in Sociology.

Role in Cansurvive:

Anchor and Moderator

Our Adviser

Dr C.D. Siby


Cansurvive Malaysia

Chief Ayurvedic Physician

Ayur Centre, Malaysia

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Cansurvive Global Chapters


Cansurvive Research Association Inc

Add: 69 Park Rd, Nambour QLD 4560, Australia

Tel: +61 7 5441 5730



Facebook: cansurvive-supporting you

Contact person: Ms Eve Williamson (Co-founder & President)

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Cansurvive Centre Malaysia Berhad

Add: 8, Jalan Utara Petaling Jaya 

46200, Selangor, Malaysia

Tel: +06 018 213 5648



Facebook: ucansurvive.malaysia 

Contact persons:

Dr Siby 012-3354504 (President)

Mr Yogathevan 012-3202711 (Advisor)

Mr Stanley 012-3297566 (Deputy President) 


Cansurvive Philippines 

Add: Suite 104 Cedar Mansion II, J. Escriva Drive

Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Philippines 1605

Tel: +632-6317794 (Main)

0917 888 HEAL (4325) [Mobile]

0920 958 HEAL (4325) [Mobile]



Facebook: cansurvivephils

Contact person: Dr. Christine Gonzalez (Founder & President)

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Cansurvive Thailand

Tel: +66 (0) 86 304 2950


Facebook: paulnarula  

Contact person: Mr 'Paul' Pornthep SriNarula (Founder)


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Friends of Cansurvive

Venue Hosts

Venue Hosts

We would like to thank the following sponsors for their generosity in providing a space for our talks. Our events would not have been made possible without their invaluable contribution.  


Dr David Tan & Ms Josephine Kwang

VidaJoie Chiropractic Centre

Paya Lebar Square


60 Paya Lebar Rd

Singapore 409051

+65 6440 0441 (call)

+65 9231 1125 (SMS/Whatsapp)

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Ms Fauziah Shah

Petra Hypnosis & Training Centre

Tanglin Shopping Centre

19 Tanglin Road
Singapore 247909

+65 6734 5581 (call)
+65 9100 0432 (text)


Mr Manoj Thakur

Vyasa Yoga & Ayurveda Singapore

Civil Service Club

60 Tessensohn road

Singapore 217664

+65 9626 2425



For further information regarding the products and services available, please contact the respective practices/practitioners directly. 


Ayur Centre (Ayurveda)

Petaling Jaya

No 8, Jalan Utara, 46200 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

(+603) 7954 2899

Ayur Centre (Ayurveda)


NSCMH Medical Centre, Jalan Tun Dr Ismail,
70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

(+606) 767 6899

Radiant Wellness Centre (Medical Intuitive)

511 Guillemard Rd

Singapore 399849

+65 9475 7950


Choizya Pte Ltd (Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist)

+65 9720 2682

Dana Elliott (GP, TCM-Certified Acupuncturist)

+65 9476 8047

VidaJoie Chiropractic Centre

60 Paya Lebar Rd

#02-12 Paya Lebar Square

Singapore 409051

+65 64400441 (call)

+65 92311125 (SMS/Whatsapp)

Emotional & Psychological

Awakening Touch (BodyTalk)

+65 6222 5787

VidaJoie Chiropractic Centre (BrainCore Therapy, Holographic Health)

60 Paya Lebar Rd

#02-12 Paya Lebar Square

Singapore 409051

+65 6440 0441 (call)

+65 9231 1125 (SMS/Whatsapp)

Vyasa Yoga & Ayurveda Singapore

Civil Service Club, #03/05
60 Tessensohn Road, 
Singapore 217664

+65 9626 2425

Petra Hypnosis & Training Centre

Tanglin Shopping Centre, #06-43/44
19 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247909

+65 6734 5581 (call)
+65 9100 0432 (text)

Experimental and International Medical Options

Brainworks Singapore (Functional Medicine)

+ 65 8200 7710

Root of Life Singapore (Supplements)

+65 8614 5653

For other healthcare providers you are looking to explore, here is

A Guide On Doing One's Due Diligence with Healthcare Providers

Before one decides to undergo a certain treatment, it is crucial that one ensures the credibility of the potential healthcare provider.


Here are 5 helpful tips on how to do the due diligence with healthcare providers: 


  1. How many years of academic learning did they have, before achieving their certification?  


Different professions and modalities have different requirements. A graduate and a postgraduate course will have different durations, with the graduate course usually being longer than the latter. 

   2. Did they undergo internship or apprenticeship of any kind? And how long was that? 

Adequate reading and practical training are both very important factors to master a skill/technique for any profession. Would you dare to jump into the ocean just from reading everything you can about swimming, but without any practical lesson? Mastering different skills and techniques require different durations, but on average for a graduate course, it will take about 1-4 accumulated years of internship, while a postgraduate course may take just a few hours to accumulated days. 


   3. Are they a part of any regulated board or organisation

Almost every healthcare board and organisation have ethical and professional rules for their members to adhere to. Usually members will proudly display their affiliation(s) in the clinic, which is an easy indication of their credibility.  


  4. Are they current and relevant? When was the last time they went for their continuous education or took part in conferences and seminars?  

It is very common for healthcare to obsolete and update certain practices, which a reliable and well-informed healthcare provider will be up to speed on.  


    5. Have they contributed or published anything? 

Though it is not an essential requirement to be a healthcare professional, being an active contributor or publisher shows that the individual is proactive in research and refining his practice. This may set him/her apart from the rest of the industry as a better professional. 


As every modality and specialty have different standards, it is wise to do one's own research on the industry's average standards and guidelines. Following these tips may help one avoid wasting time, money and sometimes prevent potential malpractice that can cause unnecessary harm instead of the expected good.  


Fauziah Ahmad

+65 9271 5309 

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