Intensity modulated radiation therapy, also known as IMRT, is a type of radiotherapy that makes use of computer controlled software designed to deliver specific and very precise doses of radiation to specific areas within cancerous or malignant tumor growth.
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.
I feel alert, energized and so much more full of life than when I first came. And as we got to know most of the staff here, we felt a comfort level that eased our fears and frustrations. You all know just what my body needed and gave it to me.
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.
Australian woman Thaiylah Joel, diagnosed with pelvic cancer, was admitted at Beijing Puhua International Hospital. She marked significant improvement after the comprehensive pelvic cancer treatment.
I would also like to thank my doctor, Dr. Javier Vazquez, for the ongoing and inspiring care he has provided me for many years. I also express my gratitude to Drs. Park and Chavarin. And last but certainly not least, I thank Sergio for always meeting me at San Diego Airport at some of the most inconvenient times to take me across the border to International Bio Care Hospital. To Socorro, Carmen, Enedelia, Elias, Juan, Teresa, Rene, Julio, Miguel, Jesus, Victor, Juan, Jorge, Angela, Maria Elena and Lupe, I am eternally grateful to each of you for helping keep me alive and pushing forward in life.