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Medical Oncology

Side Effects

Side effects of medical oncology treatment are fatigue, vomiting and nausea, hair loss, oral sores, fluid retention, dizziness, allergic reactions, bone and joint pain, early menopause, urinary problems, tingling, and numbness.

Role of professional involved in services

  • Medical oncologists: Medical oncologists are experts in screening, prevention, diagnosis, and management of cancer (through non-invasive treatment options).
  • Internal medicine specialists: Internal medicine specialists help medical oncologists rule out the presence of other diseases that mimic cancer symptoms.
  • Pathologists:Pathologists provide valuable information about the presence or absence of cancer cells in the tissue samples obtained during the biopsy.
  • Medical genetic specialists: Medical genetic specialists detect the type of gene mutation in the cancer cells that may help decide the efficacy of specific treatments, such as immunotherapy, targeted therapy, and hormonal therapy.

Taking On Cancer, Together !​

Life does not stop when cancer strikes.​

We are with you in this fight to win over cancer. We are here to give you the strength to recover through a comprehensive cancer care program.

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