Asian American Radiation Oncology (AARO) is Singapore’s first independent oncology treatment clinic. Established in 2015, it provides specialised and advanced radiation treatment to cancer patients from both Singapore and abroad. It also offers management and advisory services to radiation oncology units in Asia.
AARO aims to provide more precise, less invasive treatments with better patient outcomes using its arsenal of cutting-edge technologies, state-of-the-art equipment, and wide-ranging expertise.
As part of its commitment to clinical excellence and advancements, AARO collaborates with the University of Pittsburgh Centre (UPMC) in the United States, a prominent institution recognised for its work in holistic oncology treatment techniques.
At the helm of AARO is Dr. Daniel Tan Yat Harn, a radiation oncologist with more than twelve years of experience. He served at the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) for eight years, where he specialised in stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiation therapy. He also established the Novalis Spine Radiosurgery service in NCCS, the first service of its kind in the region. He sub-specialises in the management of central nervous system, prostate, and breast cancers.
AARO’s partnerships with Mount Elizabeth Orchard, Gleneagles Hospital, and Mount Elizabeth Novena provide it with easy access to management tools as well as high-performance equipment to deliver fast, effective, and precise treatment.
Dr. Daniel Tan Yat Harn is a radiation oncologist and the medical director of Asian American Radiation Oncology (AARO). He provides subspeciality radiation and oncological care. His clinical interests include brain, spine, breast, and prostate cancers as well as stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS/SBRT).