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Cancer Treatment

Radio Therapy

Radio Therapy or Radiation Therapy refers to the treatment of cancer through Ionizing Radiation to kill or contain the malignant cancer cells. It is generally useful in containing the growth of malignant cells and may also be used as curative treatment of Cancer.

 

The Hospitals are equipped with latest machines and equipments to impart radiation therapy. The equipments such as Linear Accelerators and various kinds of CT and MRI machines are used to impart Radiation.


The various machines that are used as of now for radiation therapy are.

  • Conventional Linear Accelerators
  • Gamma Knife
  • Cyber Knife
  • Novalis

All of these above equipments have their own advantages n terms of treating various Cancers.

 

Chemotherapy

t is a kind of Cancer treatment, which by injecting certain Antineoplastic drugs in the body, can kill cancer cells. An Oncologist would decide the kind of drug to be used for Chemotherapy and its duration. It is a useful treatment and is used in treating various kinds of Cancers.

 

The conventional Chemotherapy has known side effects and now there are newer drugs, which directly act against the abnormal proteins in the cancer cells. This is called Targeted Chemotherapy Treatment. 

 

Bone Marrow Transplants:

Bone Marrow Transplantation is a form of intensive treatment used to treat certain cancers like leukemia, lymphomas and some non-cancerous diseases like thalassaemia.

 

Bone marrow is found inside our bones, and is the 'factory' that makes blood. It is responsible for producing white blood cells (to protect against infection), red blood cells (to carry oxygen around the body) and platelets (to prevent bleeding). Stem cells are blood cells at their earliest stage of development in the bone marrow, before they have become committed to developing into white cells, red cells or platelets. It is these 'mother' cells, which are the key factors in transplantation.

 

There are two main types of transplants – Autologous and Allogenic. :

  • Autologous Transplants: This means that the bone marrow or stem cells used for the transplant are one's own. A little bit of the patient's bone marrow or stem cells is taken and stored before high dose treatment. When the treatment is over, the bone marrow or stem cells are given back through a vein.
  • Allogeneic Transplants: In this type of transplant, bone marrow donated by someone else is used. It is essential that the donor's tissue match. The most suitable donor is usually a close relative, most commonly a brother or sister. It is possible to get a good match from an unrelated donor, but this facility does not exist in India.
 
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