Cancer Treatment Abroad

Cancer Treatment Abroad
Cancer Treatment Abroad

The main goals of a cancer treatment programme are to cure or significantly prolong the life of patients and to ensure the best possible eminence of life to cancer survivors.
The most effective and efficient treatment programmes are those that: a) are provided in a continual and equitable way; b) are linked to early detection; and c) adhere to evidence-based standards of carefulness and a multidisciplinary approach.
Such programmes also ensure adequate rehabilitation for cancer types that, although not agreeable to early detection, have high potential for being cured (such as metastatic seminoma and serious lymphatic leukaemia in children), or have a good chance of prolonging survival in a significant way (such as breast cancer and advanced lymphomas).