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Are you struggling with ovarian cancer? Are you looking for safe, affordable treatment packages? The following solutions available in Europe may be what you’ve been searching for!
The ovarian cancer is a condition that occurs when cells in the epithelium and ovarian stroma start to divide chaotically, to be out of the body’s immune mechanisms control, and to achieve aggressive characters.
Therapeutic options, and prognosis for patients diagnosed with ovarian cancer depend on the stage of the condition’s evolution when the cancer was discovered. Other important factors to be considered include age, reproductive status, the desire to have children, fertility, general health, risk factors and behaviours dangerous for the patient’s health, any chronic diseases and conditions.
Biopsy is one of the most accurate and important procedures to establish a correct diagnosis. Chemotherapy is usually another procedure in treating ovarian cancer, and it’s done after the surgical procedures have concluded the first phase of treatment - the physical removal of the neoplasia.
Chemotherapy can destroy cancer cells that expanded in the body; this therapy has a systemic nature. Recent studies have shown that combining chemotherapy with surgery, the patient's chances of survival are significantly elevated, especially if the cancer was discovered in an early stage. Chemotherapy is an effective treatment in any stage of the cancer, especially when surgery is overcome and the cancer has spread widely in the patient’s body.
A 93-year-old patient has removed two meningeoma successfully at Beijing Puhua International Hospital. This is the most senior brain tumor patient Puhua has operated. Now the patient has gone back to home happily with his family.
Three months after neurosurgery treatment for his atypical meningioma, Patient Jinrong Ge came back to BPIH for a follow up. He said that he recovered well during the time at home. The movements of his legs were much more flexible than before the surgery.
65-year-old Danni Chen was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer Stage III (T4N1M0). She underwent HIFU treatment at BPIH in Beijing, China that helped her to live a positive and better life.
Today, Ali had another "clear" MRI! So far, life is good for him. It's been almost a year now and I am still grateful for every day that my son is still with me.