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Minimally Invasive Treatment for Colorectal Cancer

Development of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer can be divided into four stages, including

Stages of Colorectal Cancer
Stage I:

Cancer has invaded submucosa and may have spread to the muscle layer of the colon wall, but it has not spread to nearby lymph nodes yet. (The survival rate is 90%.)

Stage II:

Cancer has spread through the colon wall to nearby organs, but there is no metastasis to nearby lymph nodes. (The survival rate is 70%.)

Stage III:

Cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes but not invade other normal tissues. (The survival rate is 50%.)

Stage IV:

Cancer has spread to distant organs like the liver, lungs, myolemma, and ovary. (The survival rate is 0-40%.)

Minimally Invasive Treatment for Colorectal Cancer

Interventional TherapySmall trauma, accurately kill cancer cells

In interventional therapy, anticancer medicines are injected into accurate tumors, thus drugs concentrated here is 2-8 times higher than intravenous drip, which can effectively kill cancer cells without damage to normal tissues. Transarterial embolization is to cut off the tumor blood vessels so that the tumor dies out of blood supply. Patient who undergo this therapy will not need to have invasive surgery but just open 0.5-1.0mm incision in the blood vessel and skin. It causes only small trauma but can kill cancer cells accurately.【Read more】

Surgical Resection: Traditional surgical resection is of high risk and will cause big trauma as well as a series of complications, thus it is no suitable for advanced cancer patients.

Biological ImmunotherapyBoost immunity and prolong the patients’ survival time

In biological immunotherapy, firstly a special injection is given to the patient to increase the immunocytes in his or her blood, and then some blood sample will be drawn from the patient’s body. After that, the immunocytes in small amount will be separated out from the blood and cloned to a large amount, and they will be transfused back into the patient's body, so as to improve the patient's immunity.【Read more】

Chemotherapy: After chemotherapy, patient will suffer a series of complications, such as the decrease of leucocytes and blood platelet, frequent urination, decline in immunity, and infection.

Combined Therapy of TCM & Western MedicineReduce side effects

Traditional Chinese medicine can help improve patients’ immunity, lessen toxicity of Western medicines and effectively reduce relevant complications. It plays a vital role in prolonging the patients’ survival time and improving their quality of life.【Read more】

Radiotherapy: Radiotherapy will cause great harm and toxicity to human body. It can quite easily lead to decrease of leucocytes and blood platelet, dry skin, hair loss, loss of appetite, etc. In serious cases, it may lead to loss of some functions.

Survivor Stories

  • Non-surgery Treatment Helped Return My Life back to NormalNon-surgery Treatment Helped Return My Life b

    HATTA from Indonesia, a rectal cancer patient, underwent interventional therapy, biological immunotherapy, and other comprehensive therapies in Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. The symptom of bloody stool was removed and the tumor also disappeared.[Read more]

  • Umar Latinulu: Thank MCHG for Being There on My Road of Fighting CancerUmar Latinulu: Thank MCHG for Being There on

    After receving interventional therapy and biological immunotherapy provided by MCHG, Umar Latinulu’s colon cancer tumor shrunk by 95% and he also gained some weight. His work and life now has basically returned to normal. [Read more]

  • I Choose It Because of My TrustI Choose It Because of My Trust

    as knowing friends who had tumor got effective treatment in Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, I chosen to go here too and got good efficacy. Within less than 6 months, CT scan showed there was no tumor in my body anymore![Read more]

  • A Thank-you Note from a Rectum Cancer Patient--The most Beautiful Chinese DreamA Thank-you Note from a Rectum Cancer Patient

    After receiving treatments in Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, Hatta, a rectum cancer patient from Indonesia, whose condition is greatly controlled. As a token of appreciation, he wrote this thank-you note to show her gratefulness recently.[Read more]

How to Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Who Are at Risk

1.People who is at the age of 40 or above, with digestive tract diseases such as hemafecia, mucus and abdominal pain;

2.Personal history of colorectal cancer;

3.Family history of colorectal cancer (first-degree relative );

4.Previous pelvic radiation;

5.Family history of polyps in the colon;

6.People suffering from ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, schistosomiasis and so on.

Expert Recommendations

Have Regular Checkups

1.It is recommended to have colorectal cancer screening every 3-5 years after 40.

2.Those with family history of colorectal cancer should go to major cancer center for treatment as early as possible.

Healthy Food

1.Eat fresh fruits and vegetables as much as possible and cut down foods of high fat, high protein, high energy but low fiber.

2.Stay away from pickled foods and barbecues.

3.Quit smoking and limit the intake of red meat and salt.


Q:  How to diagnose colorectal cancer?

A:  Generally, there are six ways to diagnose colorectal cancer, including FOBT (fecal occult blood testing), DRE (digital rectal examination), and endoscopy (sigmoidoscope & fibro-colonoscope)…[Read more]

Q:  What should I pay attention to after colorectal cancer treatment

A:  First and foremost, you should pay much attention to your diet. Generally, there is no special requirement for your diet after discharge. However, you should try to avoid smoked or pickled foods, moldy foods, fried foods and spicy foods …[Read more]

Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is a comprehensive modern hospital specializing in oncotherapy and operating under the auspices of the Chinese government and Ministry of Health. The rapid development of China has attracted attention from all over the world. Chinese medical treatment has been one of the beneficiaries of this development, with Modern Hospital Guangzhou as a model 21st century health care facility.[Read more]