Treatment Technologies Royallee cancer hospital offers a range of advanced minimally invasive technologies for cancer treatment, such as interventional therapy and cryotherapy.

Treatment Technologies Royallee cancer hospital offers a range of advanced minimally invasive technologies for cancer treatment, such as interventional therapy and cryotherapy. These technologies can reduce the suffering and improve the prognosis of many cancer patients. Another innovative approach is the combination of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and western medicine, which is adopted by  Royallee cancer hospital. This approach aims to target cancer cells precisely while minimizing the side effects, enhancing the recovery, and preserving the normal tissues.

Cryotherapy: A minimally invasive procedure that involves the application of extreme cold to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue, including cancer cells. A cryoprobe is inserted into the tissue, and liquid nitrogen or argon gas is used to freeze the cells, forming ice crystals and leading to cell death upon thawing. Cryotherapy is typically used for skin lesions, retinoblastoma, and certain prostate and liver cancers. It's relatively painless and has a quick recovery time with minimal scarring, but potential side effects include blistering and damage to nearby healthy tissue.
Nanoknife: Nanoknife, or irreversible electroporation (IRE), is a cutting-edge cancer treatment producing electrical fields to create pores in cell membranes, specifically targeting cancer cells while sparing surrounding vessels and ducts. This attribute makes it suitable for cancers near critical structures. Patients typically experience fewer complications than with traditional surgery, and IRE can treat otherwise inoperable tumors, although long-term effectiveness studies are ongoing.
Particle Implantation: Involves implanting small radioactive seeds in or near a tumor primarily through techniques like brachytherapy. These seeds emit targeted radiation over time, attacking the tumor while minimizing exposure to surrounding tissues. This method is often used for prostate cancer and is advantageous for its precise delivery of radiation, reduced hospital stays, and lower risk of side effects compared to external beam radiation. Still, there's a risk of radiation exposure to the patient's partners and requires specialized facilities.
Microwave Ablation (MVA): This technique uses electromagnetic waves to generate heat and destroy cancerous tissue. It's mainly applied to treat tumors in organs like the liver, lung, and kidney. The procedure involves inserting a needle electrode into the tumor under imaging guidance. It’s favored for its shorter procedure time and the ability to treat larger tumors compared to other ablative methods, but cautions with patients with particular implants and those at risk for bleeding must be considered.
Iodine-131: This radioactive iodine therapy is often prescribed for patients with overactive thyroid or thyroid cancer. It directly targets thyroid cells to destroy both cancerous and benign tissue. I-131 is ingested orally and incorporated into the thyroid gland through its natural function of iodine uptake. The treatment allows for site-specific radiation, reducing total body exposure, but typically leads to hypothyroidism which then requires lifelong thyroid hormone replacement.
Yttrium-90: Yttrium-90 radioembolization is a form of internal radiation therapy that involves microspheres filled with the radioactive isotope Yttrium-90 to target liver tumors. Administered via the hepatic artery, the microspheres lodge in the tumor's blood vessels, delivering high-dose radiation within. The therapy is used especially for liver cancer or metastatic liver lesions and is beneficial because it allows higher doses of radiation in the tumor while sparing most of the surrounding healthy liver tissues.
TCM & Western Medicine: This approach combines Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which includes acupuncture, herbs, and other native treatments, with the evidence-based practices of Western medicine. Integrative therapies augment conventional care by managing symptoms and reducing side effects, enhancing patients' wellness and recovery. However, interactions between TCM preparations and pharmacological treatments always necessitate professional supervision.
Photodynamic Therapy: Used for certain types of cancers and psoriasis, this therapy combines a photosensitizing drug with a specific wavelength light to activate the drug. Once activated, the drug produces a reactive oxygen species that kills nearby cells. It offers the benefit of treating localized areas with minimal long-term side effects. However, patients must avoid exposure to strong light sources for a time post-treatment.
Green Chemotherapy: This is a term used to describe chemotherapy treatments using natural products or those that are not as toxic to humans and the environment. Precision targeted therapies designed to attack cancer cells exclusively are becoming part of "green" protocols. The goal is to reduce the number and severity of side effects associated with traditional chemotherapy, though the definition of "green chemotherapy" is broad and somewhat informal.
Thermal Therapy: Also known as hyperthermia, this involves heating body tissues to treat diseases. Cancer treatments involving hyperthermia expose tumor cells to high temperatures, which can weaken or kill them while mostly sparing normal tissues. It's often utilized as an adjunct to radiotherapy or chemotherapy, as heat can increase the susceptibility of cancer cells to these treatments, though not widely adopted as a standard protocol because of difficulties in controlling and targeting heat applications.
Radioactive Particle & Chemical Particle Combined Implantation: This treatment hybridizes radiotherapy with chemotherapy where radioactive and chemotherapeutic particles are implanted in the cancerous site, intended for a synergistic therapeutic effect. This dual modality amplifies cancer-killing capabilities and may limit collateral damage to tissues, although it's a relatively complex procedure that requires significant expertise.
a message