Lymphoma treatment mainly depends on types of lymphoma, the size, position and malignancy degree of the tumor, and the physical condition of the patient. The MDT (Multidisciplinary Team) of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou will make appropriate therapeutic plan for lymphoma patients based on their condition. With minimally invasive therapy, patients can avoid the suffering of traditional chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Treatment for Lymphoma
Traditional Anticancer technologies
Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy: Radiotherapy and chemotherapy damage the immune system in that it kills not only cancer cells but also normal cells. Patients may suffer from severe side effects, such as loss of hair and vomiting, etc. Besides, it is not suitable for advanced stage patients.
New Technologies to Fight with Lymphoma - Minimally Invasive Technology
Interventional therapy: with a 1-2 millimeter incision, anti-cancer drugs are directly given to the tumor, causing fewer side effects and killing cancer cells more accurately. The drug concentration is 2-8 times higher than systemic chemotherapy.
Natural therapy: No harm, no pain and no hospitalization. Natural therapy can not only reduce the toxic side effects causing by radiation and chemotherapy but also improve the living quality of lymphoma patients and it is applicable to all cancer patients.
Combination of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and western medicine: Combination of traditional Chinese medicine and minimally invasive techniques can not only kill the cancer cells effectively, but also reduce toxic side effects, lower the rate of cancer recurrence, and greatly improve survival rate.
Green chemotherapy: Improved from traditional chemotherapy, green chemotherapy, avoiding the disadvantage of systematic chemotherapy, greatly improving curative effect and reducing toxic side effects, is a new generation of chemical weapons that kills tumors.
Experts from Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou remind that treatment for lymphoma is various, but only by treating it based on the patient’s individualized condition, can lymphoma be treated and controlled effectively.