Cancer is regarded  a part  modern life.However  it is important to evaluate the cancer, which is now in the curable diseases group, from the moment it is diagnosed with a common perspective in which many branches are together.

The treatment plan of patients who apply to our on of our JCI acredited  Oncology centers is carried out with special approaches to the patient in the ” Oncology Councils”, which are formed with the joint contributions of cancer-related departments.

Our Oncology Centers, which offer “personalized” options under the umbrella of a multidisciplinary center where all branches are together in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer; It provides service with its strong academic staff, scientific infrastructure at international standards and advanced technological facilities.

Medical Oncology

In the  Medical  Oncology departments, the data of the patients are analyzed in detail and analyzed in accordance with the USA and Europe guidelines used worldwide and the most appropriate treatment is applied for the patient. In drug applications, which have an important place in cancer treatment, the age of the patient, diseases accompanying cancer, personal preferences, private and professional life, and psychosocial features are taken into consideration, and the patient is involved in this process. Patients; In addition to the classical chemotherapy treatments, in recent years, options such as “smart” targeted drug and molecule applications, immunotherapy are offered, which increase the success rate and quality of life.

Radiation Oncology (Radiotherapy)

Radiation Oncology departments have superior technological equipment and perform cancer treatment with the most advanced systems. With state of the art  Technologies such as  TrueBeam STx and Elekta Versa Signuture HD that target only the cancerous cell and have the ability to shoot a spot; Highly reliable targeted irradiations, high dose rate applications and accurate dose determinations, less side effects and comfortable treatment features, and simultaneous imaging with treatment are offered.

Nuclear Medicine (Pet-CT)

Imaging technologies, which have a very important place in the diagnosis and staging of cancer, come to the fore as the factor that changes the treatment fate due to the effects of the disease on the treatment plan. Nuclear Medicine departments provide service with Pet-CT technology, which can reconstruct the treatment program on average 35%. The detection of the focus of cancer, the presence of metastasis or the spread to distant organs, and the analysis of the blood are provided by Pet-CT. In Memorial Nuclear Medicine departments that use the most advanced technology simultaneously in the world, small lesions are detected by Pet-CT imaging at an early stage by applying less radioactive material and dose to the patient thanks to spatial resolution.

Alternative treatment options are also offered to patients in Nuclear Medicine departments, and many applications that increase the quality of life and provide pain control are performed. These; radioactive iodine therapy is collected under the headings of radiomicrocure therapy and pain palliation therapy.

Interventional radiology

In cancer treatment, the place of interventional methods is also important in parallel with technological developments. Interventional Radiology departments offer patients painless treatment options under local anesthesia and through the pinhole. Among these special procedures applied to destroy the tumor; percutaneous ablation, cryoablation, radiofrequency ablation, microwave ablation, artery treatments (intraarterial chemotherapy, chemoembolization (TAKE), radioembolization (y90), chemosaturation), and cancer-relieving procedures.

Oncological Surgery

In Oncological Surgery centers; Surgical treatments of cancer are performed in general surgery, thoracic surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, urology, neurosurgery, orthopedics and traumatology and ENT departments. In the centers where special tumor surgeries are applied, organ-preserving oncoplastic surgeries are carried out ‘patient-specific’ after the council decision, in laparoscopic and robotic applications, minimally invasive methods, especially cancer types such as breast cancer, which are included in the treatment process.