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Prostate Cancer

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Lung Cancer

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Head & Neck cancer

Neuro-Oncology

Neuro-Oncology

Uro-Oncology

Uro-Oncology

Gastrointestinal Oncology

Gastrointestinal Oncology

Gynaecological Oncology

Gynaecological Oncology

Paediatric Oncology

Paediatric Oncology

Bone Cancer

Bone & Soft Tissue Oncology

The Major Treatments For Cancer

Surgery

There are many types of surgery. The types differ based on the purpose of the surgery, the part of the body that requires surgery, the amount of tissue to be removed, and, in some cases, what the patient prefers. There are many types of surgery. The types differ based on the purpose of the surgery, the part of the body that requires surgery, the amount of tissue to be removed, and, in some cases, what the patient prefers. Surgery may be open or minimally invasive.

  • In open surgery:

The surgeon makes one large cut to remove the tumour, some healthy tissue, and maybe some nearby lymph nodes.

  • In minimally invasive surgery:

The surgeon makes a few small cuts instead of one large one. They insert a long, thin tube with a tiny camera into one of the small cuts. This tube is called a laparoscope.

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Chemotherapy

A process of killing cancer cells with chemicals. Chemotherapy may be given in many ways. Some common ways include:

  • Oral : Chemotherapy comes in pills, capsules, or liquids that you swallow. Oral chemotherapy is the use of cancer drugs that are taken by mouth and not injected or taken intravenously. Oral chemotherapy medications are called anti-neoplastics. They are used to treat a wide variety of different types of cancers.
  • Intravenous (IV): Chemotherapy is cancer-killing drugs that go directly into a vein.
  • Injection: Chemotherapy is given by a shot in a muscle in your arm, thigh, or hip, or right under the skin in the fatty part of your arm, leg, or belly.
  • Intrathecal: Chemotherapy is injected into the space between the layers of tissue that cover the brain and spinal cord.
  • Intraperitoneal (IP): Chemotherapy goes directly into the peritoneal cavity, which is the area in your body that contains organs such as your intestines, stomach, and liver.
  • Intraperitoneal (IP): Intra-arterial (IA) chemotherapy also known as drug delivery via the artery increases the likelihood that chemotherapy drugs will reach the cancer cells. This type of therapy is often used for treating brain cancers and melanomas of the eye.
  • Topical: This topical treatment is formulated with ingredients that absorb quickly into the skin to give you complete control. It can be used full-strength or diluted to a comfortable wash.
  • Catheter: A catheter is a thin, soft tube. A doctor or nurse places one end of the catheter in a large vein, often in your chest area. The other end of the catheter stays outside your body. Most catheters stay in place until you have finished your chemotherapy treatments. Catheters can also be used to give you other drugs and to draw blood.
  • Port: A port is a small, round disc. A surgeon puts it in place before patients begin the course of treatment. A catheter that is connected the patient's port to a large vein. Nurse or doctor can use the needle connected to patient's port to give the chemotherapy or draw blood. This treatment can stay in patients' body for days, weeks, or months.
  • Pump: Pumps are often attached to catheters or ports. They control how much and how fast chemotherapy goes into a catheter or port, allowing you to receive your chemotherapy outside of the hospital. Pumps can be internal or external. External pumps remain outside your body. Internal pumps are placed under your skin during surgery.
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Radiation Therapy

The use of X-rays to kill cancer cells is known as radiation treatment. Such therapy of radiation can come from a machine outside your body (external beam radiation) or from inside your body (internal beam radiation) (brachytherapy).

  • External beam radiation

therapy comes from a machine that aims radiation at your cancer. The machine is large and may be noisy. It does not touch you, but can move around you, sending radiation to a part of your body from many directions.

  • Internal radiation therapy

Internal radiation therapy is a treatment in which a source of radiation is put inside your body. The radiation source can be solid or liquid.

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Immunotherapy:

Immunotherapy is a type of treatment that uses a person's own immune system to fight cancer. It harnesses the power and strength of your own body against tumours, by training your fighter cells to attack. Types of immunotherapies include Immune-therapy drug treatments's these often have side effects such as tiredness, nausea, stomach pain or hair loss.

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Hormone Therapy

Hormone therapy is used to treat cancer by interrupting the effects of certain hormones that can cause or help cancer cells grow. Choosing hormone therapy for cancer treatment can be a difficult decision. There are two main types - one that is used to treat advanced cancer and one that is used to treat early forms of the disease: Hormone therapy for cancer treatment can include medications that block hormones, radiation that targets hormone-making glands, or controlled drug release pellets into the body tissue where hormone-producing (endocrine) glands are located. Whether you are considering hormone therapy for prostate cancer, breast cancer or another type of cancer.

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Targeted Drug Therapy

Targeted medication therapy focuses on cancer cells, unique defects that allow them to survive. There are several different types of targeted therapy. The most common types are monoclonal antibodies or small-molecule drugs.

  • Monoclonal antibodies:

Monoclonal antibodies are drugs that come from human cells and work against cancer. They can block a specific target on the outside of cancer cells. The target might also be in the area around this cancer. Monoclonal antibodies can also send toxic substances right to cancer cells.

  • Small-molecule drugs:

Block the growth of new blood vessels in tumors. This type of drug attack is part of a group called targeted therapy. These drugs are also called angiogenesis inhibitors. Angiogenesis means the growth of blood vessels into a tumor. This keeps the tumor fed and growing. Angiogenesis inhibitors stop this process and starve the tumor, which helps slow its growth.

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Cryoablation

Cryoablation is a procedure that involves freezing and killing cancer cells with cold. During cryoablation, a cryoprobe is inserted into your body. A special type of freezing and thawing of the tissue is done many times during the same procedure to kill as many cancer cells as possible. During the procedure, an opening (incision) may be made, or no incision may be needed. The whole process takes about 90 minutes to complete.

  • Topically:

On the surface of the skin.

  • Percutaneously:
  • Surgically: Inside the body through a larger, open incision (cut).

Inside your body through a small puncture (hole).

  • Surgically:

Inside the body through a larger, open incision (cut).

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Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a treatment that uses radio waves to heat and destroy abnormal tissue, such as cancerous tissue. By heating the cancer cells with this type of energy, the cells die and are naturally removed from the body. This process breaks down tumor tissue and relieves pain for patients. Radiofrequency ablation is typically used for soft tissue cancers.

A doctor inserts a needle through the skin or an incision and heats it with radiofrequency waves, killing the cancer cells. This procedure takes about 20 minutes and can be done with local or general anesthesia, depending on the situation.

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