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What is Chemotherapy in Turkey?
Chemotherapy is a drug treatment that uses strong chemicals to destroy fast-growing cells in your body.
There are many different types of chemotherapy medicine, but they all work in a similar way.
Chemotherapy in Turkey has long been the best place to cancer treatment due to a vast of advantages and opportunities the country offers.
What is Chemotherapy Used For?
Since cancer is a word used to describe many different sicknesses, there is no one type of cancer treatment that is used universally. Chemotherapy is used as a cancer treatment for different of purposes by Clinic Center partner doctors:
- To maintain cancer treatment and cure a specific cancer
- To take under control tumour growth when a cure is not possible
- To relieve cancer symptoms such as pain
- To kill microscopic cancer cells that may be present after the known tumour is removed by surgery (called adjuvant therapy). Adjuvant therapy is given to prevent a possible cancer recurrence.
Which Cancers Are Treated with Chemotherapy?
Chemotherapy treatments in Istanbul are tailored specifically for each person’s unique situation. Chemotherapy may be the only treatment you receive for some people. But most often, you will have best chemotherapy and other cancer treatments in Istanbul. The types of treatment that you need depends on the type of cancer you have, if it has spread and where, and if you have other health problems.
There are some cancers types and stages which can be treated by Chemotherapy:
- Pancreatic cancer: Every stage
- Esophagus I-III. stages before the surgery
- Colorectal cancer: After surgery
- Lung cancer: After surgery
- Breast cancer: IV. stage
- Endometrial cancer: IV. stages
- Throat cancer: III-IV. stages
- Testicular cancer: I-II. stages after surgery
How is Chemotherapy Given in Turkey?
Injection: The drugs are given with a shot directly into the muscle in your hip, thigh, or arm, or in the fatty part of your arm, leg, or stomach, just beneath the skin.
Oral chemotherapy: It is delivered some drugs by mouth. They can be in a pill, capsule, or liquid. This means that you may be able to pick your medication up at the pharmacy and take it at home. Oral treatments for cancer are now more common.
Intra-arterial (IA): Chemotherapy into an artery. An artery is a blood vessel that carries blood from your heart to another part of your body. Sometimes chemotherapy is injected into an artery that goes directly to the cancer. This is also known as intra-arterial or IA chemotherapy.
Intrathecal (IT) chemotherapy: Medicine is injected into the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which is found in the area surrounding the spinal cord and the brain.
Topical chemotherapy: You can take some types of chemotherapy in a cream you put on your skin. Also, you get your medication at the pharmacy and take it at home.
Risks and Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Chemotherapy affects all cells that grow and divide quickly in the body. This includes cancer cells and normal cells, such as the new blood cells in the bone marrow or the cells in the mouth, stomach, skin, hair and reproductive organs. When chemotherapy damages normal cells, this causes side effects. Each drug has varied side effects, and not every drug causes all side effects.
Common risks of chemotherapy drugs include;
- Mouth and throat sores
- Hair Loss
- Easy Bruising
Advantages of Chemotherapy in Turkey assisted by Clinic Center
Now that you have made up your mind to go for chemotherapy in Istanbul, it may be laborious or expensive to find a good surgeon, a place to stay, a car and an interpreter by yourself. The good news is you don’t need to think about any of these as Clinic Center is here to arrange everything that is required for patients during their stay in Istanbul. In addition to the best cancer doctors abroad, Clinic Center also provides accommodation in a four-star hotel, VIP transfer and an international patient host. To take advantage of all these opportunities at a reasonable eyelid surgery cost, you can simply get in contact with us online.
- Physical consultation in London, online & video consultations all over the world
- Best chemotherapy treatment with talented surgeons
- Accommodation at a 4-star hotel (duration may vary)
- Hospital stay (duration may vary)
- All transfers between airport and hotel with a VIP car
- International patient host
- Pre-operative tests
- Consultation and check-up
Chemotherapy Costs in Turkey
Cancer treatment costs may differ greatly according to the country chosen. Chemotherapy in Turkey is known to be the most affordable option. Also, the type of cancer, stage of sickness etc. are an important factor that affects chemotherapy prices.
Turkey is the one of the most preferred country for cancer treatments cost thanks to its reputable medical staff, great number of surgeries performed each year, healthy results, affordable prices and government incentives for medical tourism.
Intratumoral chemotherapy Recovery and Aftercare
Intratumoral chemotherapy does not require hospitalization or any particular immediate follow-up care. Patients treated under local anesthesia and conscious sedation can return their home on the same day. Clinic Center registered in the UK is the only medical tourism company offering, physical consultation and aftercare services in UK. Book your face-to-face consultation in London right now!
FAQS ABOUT CHEMOTHERAPY
What is chemotherapy?
Chemotherapy is the general name that describes many different kinds of drugs used to remove cancer. Any drug or combination of drugs that destroy, prevents growth or damages cancer cells is considered chemotherapy.
What are the different types of chemotherapy?
There are many drugs and combinations of drugs used to fight cancer. There are single dose agents, called single agent chemotherapy, or several drugs given at the same time called combination chemotherapy. Your doctor will work with you to find the best treatment option for you.
Which cancers Treated by Chemotherapy?
Chemotherapy treatments are tailored specifically for each person’s unique situation.Chemotherapy may be the only treatment you receive for some people.
There are some cancers types and stages which can be treated by Chemotherapy:
- Pancreatic cancer
- Esophagus cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Lung cancer
- Breast cancer
- Endometrial cancer
- Throat cancer
- Testicular cancer
How is chemotherapy given?
Chemotherapy can be performed in a several ways. Many chemotherapy medications are too harsh to go through the digestive tract, so they are given intravenously. IV, or intravenous chemotherapy, is delivered through a tube.
Some chemotherapy is given as pill or liquid form that can be taken by mouth, and others can be applied topically, as a cream or lotion. Chemotherapy may be given as an injection as well
How does it work?
Chemotherapy helps to slows down or stops the growth of cancer cells. Usually it recognizes and attacks cancer cells because those cells reproduce quickly.Therefore it can cause nausea, vomiting, hair loss, and other side effects. The side effects get better or go away after chemotherapy is over.
Is chemotherapy painful?
Most patient find that chemotherapy is not painful. However, some people find that the side effects of chemotherapy drugs can be physically and emotionally challenging.
How long does chemotherapy last?
Chemotherapy process may change depends on your type of cancer how advanced your cancer is or the dose of chemotherapy you are getting.
When you begin your sessions, talented surgeons of Clinic Center usually tells you when your chemotherapy will be complete
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