Breast cancer battles turn into mindful businesses to help women

Breast cancer survivor Charlene Koh's essential oils are distilled and bottled in the French Riviera.
Breast cancer survivor Charlene Koh's essential oils are distilled and bottled in the French Riviera.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

SINGAPORE - In Singapore, breast cancer remains the most common cancer among women.

Between 2013 and 2017, nearly six breast cancer cases were diagnosed each day, according to data from the Singapore Cancer Registry. One in 13 Singaporean women will develop breast cancer before the age of 75, the data found.

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