Our surgeons are highly trained and motivated and perform the removal of complex tumors along with cosmetically accepted reconstruction procedures with the able support of equally supportive anesthetists, recovery and ICU staff.
They also work with medical and radiation oncologists, pathologists, nutritionists and other team members to ensure the best result for each patient.
The detail analysis by the pathologist will help cancer specialists to decide whether the patient needs further treatment to reduce the risk of appearance of cancer in the operated area or far from the site. Depending on the tumor type, the stage, the location of the tumor and the age of the patient, treatment such as radiation, chemotherapy, hormone therapy and biological therapy may be used alone or in combination. At times some people have treatment before surgery to help shrink the cancer and make it easier to remove. This is called neo adjuvant treatment.