Treatments are designed depending on each individual's diagnosis. Oncologists specialise in various treatment approaches. Many of these treatments may be combined for the most optimal outcome.
The spectrum of oncological care includes:
Cancer screening is the process of detecting cancer before symptoms appear and to identify cancer in its early stages when there is still a good chance of cure.
Treatments involve a combination of chemotherapy and blood-based transplants.
Treatment involves using drugs to treat cancer.
Treatments are tailored for children with cancer.
Care focuses on symptom control, quality of life and pain management.
Treatment involves the use of intense beams of energy to kill cancer cells.
Treatment involves the physical removal of tumours from the body. The procedures include:
The cancer rehabilitation process involves helping people with cancer restore their physical and emotional well-being.