Lee Hsien Loong’s right arm raised cancer relapse speculations An awkward huge lump can be clearly seen on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s right arm while he was delivering the National Day message, and this is raising speculations whether if the dictator’s cancer is seeing a relapse. Lee Hsien Loong is a two-time cancer survivor. His first cancer came in 1992, but he was cleared after being treated with chemotherapy. The dictator then had another cancer on Jan 2015, and he had to remove his prostate gland. If Lee Hsien Loong gets his third cancer now, he might not have a few years left to live as there are hardly any three-times cancer survivor. There is no official statement on the lump and many Singaporeans are speculating that his cancer has relapsed. Some others speculated that the lump is a result of medical injection and believe that Lee Hsien Loong is suffering from some new illness. Dictator PM Lee Hsien Loong collapsed while delivering his National Day Rally speech last year, but the cheers from Singaporeans was short-lived as doctors cleared him of stroke.