Deutschland, España, France, Italia, Polska, etc.
Portugal, Great Britain
Argentina, Uruguay, Brasil Rio, Chile
Bolivia, Paraguay, Venezuela, East USA, Rep. Dom.
Perú, Ecuador, Colombia, Central USA
Centroamérica, México DF
Radiosurgery is a non-invasive treatment using precise and intense beams of radiation to target the cancer. It borrows from the term “surgery” as this treatment is considered a form of “bloodless” surgery, where the tumour is destroyed without the need for an operation and its accompanying risks, in just a few outpatient sessions. As radiosurgery involves intense beams of highly focused radiation, advanced radiotherapy machines and sub-specialized expertise are required, and patients must be carefully selected.
Chemotherapy affects both cancer and normal cells and can cause unwanted side effects. New lung cancer drugs called targeted drug therapies help reduce damage to healthy cells by attacking specific abnormalities on the tumour cells that will disrupt their growth and function.
Immunotherapy is one of the newest treatments for lung cancer. Unlike other treatment, it does not attack cancer cells directly but stimulates a person’s immune system to recognise and destroy cells on their own. Such treatments therefore cause fewer side effects and may be more effective.
México / Mexico
Polonia / Poland