Advanced Liver Cancer Treatments available at World Class Hospitals In India.
Excellent Outcomes and Affordable Cost is assured.
Madrakhimova from Uzbekistan Cancer Treatment
I am 26-year-old liver transplant patient from Uzbekistan and suffered from Liver Cirrhosis. In Uzbekistan we do not have world-class facilities. They simply do not have that level of tertiary care. There is also the matter of cost. Going to Russia for this surgery would have cost me about $100,000.
I searched internet and found SafeMedTrip in Delhi and they helped me so much and with in few days arranged three very good hospital options from me and teh cost was only it is about $ 30,000. Add $3,000 for local expenses and my relatives to stay and travel costs — it’s a huge bargain. The hospital has a huge reputation that inspires confidence And SafeMedTrip made it so easy for me to come to India and I thanks you so very much.Refer a Patient
Why you should choose India for Affordable, World Class Liver Cancer Treatment
Globally Trained & Highly Experienced Liver Cancer Specialists – Benefit from the expertise of Liver Cancer Specialists who have worked at World’s leading Liver Cancer hospitals for decades and follow most advanced cancer treatment protocols.
World’s Lowest Cost Cancer Treatment Packages. Best quality Drugs, Medicines and Consumables for Leukemia Cancer Care are produced in India at lowest cost and exported all over the world.
Complete Cancer Care with latest High-end technology infrastructure like Robotic Surgery System, Brain Suite, Novalis Radiosurgery TX, PET Scan, CyberKnife , Gamma Knife, IMRT and IGRT that help quick diagnosis and recovery.
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Most Advanced Liver Cancer Treatment Options available at world Class Hospitals in India.
Minimally Invasive Surgery for Liver Cancer
- Partial Hepatectomy: Surgery to remove part of the liver is called partial hepatectomy. This operation is only attempted if the person is healthy enough and all of the tumor can be removed while leaving enough healthy liver behind. Unfortunately, most liver cancers cannot be completely removed. Often the cancer has spread beyond the liver, has become very large, or is in too many different parts of the liver.
- Liver Transplant : When it is available, a liver transplant may be the best option for some people with small liver cancers. At this time, liver transplants are reserved for those with small tumors (either 1 tumor smaller than 5 cm across or 2 to 3 tumors no larger than 3 cm) that have not invaded nearby blood vessels.
In most cases, transplant is used for tumors that cannot be totally removed, either because of the location of the tumors or because the liver is too diseased for the patient to withstand removing part of it.
Chemotherapy is a medication that is usually given intravenously or as a pill. It goes to the bloodstream and throughout the body to kill cancer cells. This is one of the big advantages of chemotherapy. If cancer cells have broken off from the tumor and are somewhere else inside the body, chemotherapy has the chance of finding those cells and killing them.
Another potential method of treating liver cancer is radiation therapy. The radiation comes in the form of high energy x-rays that are delivered to the patient only in the areas at highest risk for cancer. These x-rays are similar to those used for diagnostic x-rays, only of a much high energy.
The high energy of x-rays in radiation therapy results in damage to the DNA of cells. Because cancer cells are not as good as normal, healthy cell at repairing DNA damage, radiation results in relatively more damage to the cancer cells than to normal cells.Get Estimate