NUS lecturer found out he had dyslexia only in his late 20s

Dr Robin Chan, 54, was diagnosed with dyslexia only in his late 20s.

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SINGAPORE - Despite lifelong struggles with spelling and writing, Dr Robin Chan, 54, has a profound love of learning, having acquired a bachelor's degree in pharmacy, an MBA (master's in business administration) and a doctorate in biomedical ethics.

He was diagnosed with dyslexia only in his late 20s, an assessment he sought after hearing a lecture on childhood psychology that mentioned dyslexia.

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