Medical oncology is the field of medicine that deals with the treatment of cancer primarily with drugs, for example, chemotherapy. The speciality is related to surgical oncology and radiation oncology. Doctors diagnose cancer-based on various methods such as biopsy, endoscopy, X-ray, CT scan, blood tests, etc. Once a diagnosis is made, the oncologist discusses disease stage with the patient. Staging will dictate the treatment of cancer. Chemotherapy — which is defined as the destruction of cancer cells — may be used, as well as radiation therapy. Surgery is used to remove tumours.
National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) offers inpatient and outpatient clinical services focusing on Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, Head & Neck Cancer, Gastrointestinal Cancer, Gynecologic & Genitourinary Cancer and Lymphoma. KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) offers a range of services in haematology and oncology, focusing specifically on children. The latest advancements in the medical field incorporated with the best-skilled oncologists make Singapore one of the preferred destinations for cancer treatment plans. The hospitals are well equipped with medical personnel and technology. All kinds of treatment procedure involved, the therapies consulted are available in Singapore.
Cancer Specialty Hospitals in Singapore are well equipped with all the technologies and advancements required to treat cancer patients belonging to different medical history and complications. The hospitals offer high-quality treatment attractive medical packages for foreign patients that involves the treatment plan, medications, therapies, stay duration, accommodation, local travel and other arrangements at a very nominal cost. The cost of the treatment is very less if compared to countries like the US and UK.
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