Cambodian Lung Cancer Patient: Minimally Invasive Therapy Gave Me Hope*

RIN YIN, 66 years old, comes from Cambodia. He was diagnosed with stage III lung cancer. With two sessions of microwave ablation and natural therapy, his lung tumor was greatly shrunk and he got more stable condition.

Rejecting chemotherapy in Singapore and seeking alternative treatment

Due to the imitation of medical resource in Cambodia, the cancer treatment is usually confined to chemotherapy or medicine. Therefore, seeking cancer treatment abroad is the first option for many domestic cancer patients.

In June 2019, RIN YIN suffered severe cough and took checkup, which indicated lung tumor. To determine whether the lung mass is benign or malignant, RIN YIN went to Thailand, Singapore and other countries for treatment options. Afterwards a chest CT scans and a CT-guided percutaneous biopsy were performed in Singapore. The biopsy report indicated stage IIIB adenocarcinoma of right upper lung with metastases to bilateral hilar and mediastinum.

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RIN YIN

Due to the high cost of treatment in Singapore and the unsatisfactory results, RIN YIN was disappointed by the treatment plan of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. His initial intention was to seek better and more effective treatment.

Through radio, RIN YIN knew about the St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. In order to learn more about the hospital, he specially consulted a friend who was a doctor in Cambodia. Another friend who once took treatment in the same hospital recommended him give it a shot. Learning about advanced minimally invasive therapy, which features advantages over treatment of Singapore, Thailand and other countries, RIN YIN decided to go to St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou without a second thought.

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RIN YIN with his wife and the interpreter

In July 2019, RIN YIN arrived at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. Because of the abdominal aortic aneurysm, he could not be treated with interventional therapy. After a joint discussion of multidisciplinary team, he underwent microwave ablation under fiberoptic bronchoscopy. RIN YIN said he didn’t suffer any discomfort during the operation. With two sessions of microwave ablation and natural therapy, RIN YIN’s lung tumor was significantly reduced. Combined with deep vein catheterization under the clavicle, his condition is stable. He is in remission with good appetite and improved sleep now.

St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is the best choice for cancer patient

With good physical condition, RIN YIN is more talkative than usual. He said that there was a little discomfort after the deep vein catheterization under the clavicle. Minimally invasive treatment yielded good efficacy and fast recovery. He didn’t suffer any side effects, so he was able to walk freely soon after the treatment.

As a former customs staff in good health, RIN YIN never stays in hospital for that long. He could not help but extend his praise for the environment: “St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is comfortable and convenient as hotel, the medical staff is patient and meticulous and the service is also very good!” Going through the cancer journey, RIN YIN has went to many countries and learned about all kinds of cancer treatment. He said: “if you got cancer, don’t be afraid. With the development in medical field, cancer can be survived as long as you can choose a good hospital and get it treated early. According to my own experience, St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is the best choice for cancer patient, as there are advanced minimally invasive techniques and professional medical team, which gives the best treatment plan based on the patient's condition. ”

*Surgery, in addition to the appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are effective in treating early cancer, but certain patients in late stage of cancer may not be tolerate surgery well as they can be relatively weak. A combination of carefully planned minimally invasive therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can effectively reduce the side effects and discomfort of treatment and may help patient get better efficacy.

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