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Centre for Blood Diseases, Bone Marrow Transplant & Cancer Immunotherapy
Cancer at any stage is a physically and mentally challenging disease. Oncology is a specialized branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Modern cancer management needs a multi-disciplinary approach with multiple specialists working together to plan the best treatment with expertise and dedication.
The Centre for Excellence in Blood Diseases, Bone Marrow Transplant, and Cancer Immunotherapy at Meitra Hospital provides specialized care for all types of cancers and blood disorders. The team of highly specialized hemato-oncologists, medical oncologists, onco-surgeons, and bone marrow transplant physicians together to bring in the best expertise from their sub-specialty focus areas such as Haematology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Medical and Surgical Oncology, and Cancer Immunotherapy.
The Department is adept at providing comprehensive in-patient cancer care to patients suffering from all types of tumours and malignancies, specialized out-patient chemotherapy, and day-care services. Meitra offers targeted, precision treatments using advanced technology and facilities. We are backed by a well-equipped blood centre, advanced lab unit, radiology department, and a specialized intensive care unit with all advanced lifesaving equipment including Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO).
Our Specialized Myeloma Clinic:
A dedicated clinic focusing on the management of Myeloma – multiple myeloma is a cancer of plasma cells, a cell that forms the white blood cells. Healthy plasma cells give you immunity through antibodies to fight infections.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How common are cancers?
Cancer is a common disease that can affect almost every part of your body. About 40% of all people worldwide have a chance of cancer diagnosis at some point in their lives.
How does chemotherapy work?
Chemotherapy works by destroying cancer cells but unfortunately, it cannot tell the difference between a cancer cell and healthy cells. Some cancer cells grow slowly while others grow rapidly. Therefore, each chemotherapy drug is designed to target the growth patterns of a specific type of cancer cell. As a result, each drug works differently and is personalized to the patient for the most effective outcomes
Why is screening helpful for early detection?
Screening helps find health problems before symptoms appear. Examples of screening tests include mammograms to find breast cancer and colonoscopy to find colon cancer. Early detection catches cancer when it’s in an early, more treatable stage.