Expert Consultation

With development of medical technology, cancer treatment is not confined to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Advanced minimally invasive therapies for cancer, such as interventional therapy, cryotherapy, nanoknife, particle implantation, etc., are widely applied in medical field. Compared with conventional treatments, minimally invasive therapies have advantages of no-surgery, few side effects, small wound, and so on, which have helped numerous cancer patients defeat cancer and prolong life.

Dr. Christopher Lim, a local licensed medical doctor in the Philippines, is invited to offer cancer patients a second opinion. If you have cancer and want to have a full understanding of your diagnosis and treatment options, please make sure you bring all your medical records with you when consulting, such as your diagnostic scans, blood tests, biopsy results, pathology reports and any information about previous treatments that you have received, so that Dr. Christopher Lim can give you a more comprehensive treatment suggestion based on your condition.

Warm Tips:

Time is limited, please do remember to call or make online reservation in advance!

For consultation, detailed medical reports are needed!

End Cancer with Minimally Invasive Therapy
Cebu City
Online Appointment
  • Date: July 14, 2018 (Saturday)
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  • Venue:

    Unit 1505 Tower 1, Winland Towers Condominium, Juana Osmena Extension, Barangay Camputhaw, Cebu City, Philippines

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Warm Tips: Detailed medical reports are necessary for consultation!

Doctor Introduction:

Dr. Christopher Lim, a local doctor in the Philippines who is also a licensed medical doctor of Manila Satellite Clinic - St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. He has been working as a medical consultant for more than 6 years and has shared many of his experiences and knowledge about the latest treatments on Cancer.

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