The bone marrow is a soft, spongy material found in large bones in the body. It makes more than 200 billion new blood cells every day. For patients suffering from blood disorders or bone marrow disease, finding a match for a stem cell transplant offers the best chance for them to find a cure.

For patients like Raymond and Hanafi, a typical day could be an extraordinary one. Most of us do not think about the simple task of breathing, but for people suffering from lung disorders, it can consume their daily life.

Imagine a world where moving and operating day to day is free from body pain. A world in which jumping, twisting, lifting and stretching no longer results in aches and pains to muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints.

329 million people suffer from COPD worldwide. A further 235 million suffer from asthma. We are on a journey to help everyone breathe better and live the life they want.

One third of the population in Singapore is currently over the age of 50, and this is expected to reach 40% by 2030.

How do the stripes in toothpaste get into the tubes and how is it that they come out of it so uniformly?

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