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Cancer Healer Center furnishes direct care with innovative, evident- based services that meet the highest safety and transparency principles, keeping the patient needs as a priority. Regardless of what the stage or type of tumor, our group of multi- disciplinary specialists guarantee consistent coordination. At Cancer Healer Center we use ‘Cancer Healer’ therapy- a type of Immunotherapy that has been highly successful in fighting the disease. We also provide treatment services along with Chemotherapy and Radiation therapy.

Anal Cancer Treatment
  • About Anal Cancer Anal cancer is a malignant tumour of either the anal canal or anal verge, the verge of the gastrointestinal tract. It usually spreads through direct invasion into the surrounding tissue or through the lymphatic system. Spread of anal cancer through the blood is less common, although it can occur. Cancers arising from the anal verge represent 25% of all anal cancers....

Bile Duct Cancer Treatment
  • About Bile Duct Cancer (CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA) Bile duct cancer also known as cholangiocarcinoma is a cancer which starts in the cells lining one of the ducts of biliary system which carry bile from liver to intestine. It is a rare type of cancer which is more common in men at the age of 50-70 years than women. Cholangiocarcinoma accounts for 10-15% of all primary hepatobiliary malignancies that can occur in different locations in the biliary system. When it ...

Bladder Cancer Treatment
  • About Bladder Cancer The Urinary bladder serves as a reservoir for urine in our bodies. It permits the storage of urine for a period of time before releasing it as we urinate. Bladder cancer occurs when cells in the lining of the bladder grow uncontrollably and form tumors that can invade normal tissues and spread to other parts of the body. It is the fourth most common cancer in men and the eighth most common cance...

Brain Tumor Treatment
  • About Brain Tumour Tumours which start in the brain are called primary brain tumours and are classified according to the kind of cell from which the tumour originates. The most common primary brain tumour in adults comes from cells in the brain called astrocytes that makes up the blood-brain barrier and contribute to the nutrition of the central nervous system. linkRisk Fact...

Breast Cancer Treatment
  • What is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is a malignant growth that begins in the tissues of the breast. It is one of the most common cancers among women around the world. The chances of a women being diagnosed with the disease sometime during her lifetime is 1 in 8. Therefore, it is important for women to be aware of breast cancer and about breast cancer care. 1. A change in size or shape of one or both the breasts 2. Redness or rash around...

Cervical Cancer
Colon Cancer
  • About Colon Cancer Colon cancer is the term commonly used to describe colo-rectal (or bowel) cancer. The colon is part of the intestines which consists of the small intestine (the section between the stomach and the appendix) and the large intestine (from the appendix to the anus). The large intestine is divided into the long colon and a short rectum, just before the anus. Two thirds of these cancers occur in the colon and one third in the rectum, with ver...

Gall Bladder Cancer
  • About Gall Bladder Cancer: Gallbladder cancer which begins in the gallbladder is a rare cancer which is more common in women than in men.  The gallbladder is a small pear shaped organ located on the right side of the liver. These cancers are of two types- Adenocarcinomas: Subtypes include- papillary, nodular, and tubular, depending on the appearance of the tumor cells under the microscop...

Kidney Cancer
  • About Kidney Cancer Kidney cancer originates in the kidneys which are two bean shaped organs found on the either side of the spine and aids in filtering the blood. As blood passes through kidneys, waste products & unneeded water are collected into it & is turned into urine. Kidneys also produce three important hormones. Erythropoietin: This hormone is responsible for producing RBCs with bone marrow.

Leukaemia (Blood cancer) Treatment
  • About Leukaemia Cancer Leukaemia is a cancer of blood cells. It begins in the bone marrow which are the soft tissues inside the bones. Most often, it is a cancer of white blood cells but some leukaemia start in other blood cells types. It produces abnormal white blood cells called leukaemia cells. These abnormal blood cells grow faster than normal blood cells and do not stop when they are supposed to. There are several types of Leukaemia. Accord...

Liver Cancer
  • What is Liver? Liver is the second largest organ of the body after skin, located below the diaphragm in the upper right side of the abdomen. It consists of four lobes - right lobe (largest), left lobe, caudate lobe and quadrate lobe. Depending upon the vascular supply these lobes are further divided into eight segments with each segment having its own blood supply and biliary drainage. ...

Lung Cancer
  • About Lung Cancer Lung Cancer is an uncontrollable growth of cells that begins in the lungs and later spreads to the other parts of the body. These abnormal cells grow and interfere with the functioning of the lung, which provides oxygen to the body. Lung cancer in India and other places is a major cause of deaths among both men and women. But lung cancer treatment in India is possible with advanced and improved therapy – Cancer Healer Center –...

Lymphoma
  • About Lymphoma Lymphoma is a type of blood cancer which starts in Lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are white blood cells that help protect the body from infection and disease. Lymphoma may develop in many parts of the body, including the lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow, blood or other organs. There are two main types of lymphomas: Non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Hodgkin lymphoma. These two types show almost the same symptoms, occur in the same places, and often have sim...

Malignant Mesothelioma
  • About Malignant Mesothelioma It is a cancer of the mesothelial cells that usually starts in the covering of the lungs (pleural mesotheliomas) or the abdomen (peritoneal mesotheliomas). It can sometimes start in the covering around the heart (pericardial mesotheliomas) and testicles (mesotheliomas of the tunica vaginalis). Rare cancer with about 5 times as many cases in men as in women.

Mouth / Oral Cancer
  • About Oral Cancer Mouth cancer or oral cancer can occur anywhere on the surface of the tongue, in the mouth, the lips, inside the cheek, gums, in the roof and floor of the mouth, the tonsils and the salivary glands. linkRisk Factors: Gender: Oral Cancer is twice as common in men than women. Because, active add...

Multiple Myeloma
  • About Multiple Myeloma Multiple myeloma is the second most common type of blood cancer. Also known as Myeloma, it starts in the plasma cells of the bone marrow. Plasma cells are short lived antibody (protein) producing cells, derived from a type of white blood cell (B-Lymphocyte). They make different forms of proteins (antibody) that helps fight infection. Malignant transformation of plasma cells results in defective and abnormal single protein formation c...

Neuroendocrine Tumors
  • About Neuroendocrine Tumor The neuroendocrine system is made up of nerve and gland cells. It makes hormones and releases them into the bloodstream which regulates the body. Neuro means nerve and endocrine means the cells of the endocrine system. Neuroendocrine cells are spread throughout the body organ such as bowel, lung, stomach and pancreas. A neuroendocrine tumour (NETs) is a tumour of the neuroendocrine system. NETs often grow slowly, and i...

Oesophagus Cancer
  • About Oesophagus Cancer Oesophagus, also known as the food pipe, is a muscular tube like structure lined with squamous cells in its upper part and columnar cells in its bottom part. About 26 cm long, it is located between the windpipe (trachea) and the spinal cord. It is a part of the digestive system that carries food from the mouth to the stomach with the help of mucus produced by the gland in the muscular wall of oesophagus. Oesophagus cancer...

Ovarian Cancer
  • About Ovarian cancer Ovarian cancer is the cancer of the ovaries (which produce eggs) which is located above the womb connected by two fallopian tubes. There are three main types of ovarian tumors: Epithelial tumors: Tumors that start from the cells that cover the outer surface of the ovary Germ cell tumors: These start from the cells that make eggs.

Pancreas Cancer
  • About Pancreatic cancer: The pancreas is a gland which is located in the abdomen- behind the stomach and in front of the spine. Cancer is a class of diseases which is characterized by uncontrollable cell growth, and pancreatic cancer occurs when this uncontrolled cell growth begins in the pancreas. Rather than developing into fit, normal pancreas tissue, these atypical cells continue dividing and form masses of tissue called tumors.

Prostate Cancer
  • What is Prostate? The prostate is a small sized gland in men that is a part of the reproductive system. It rests below the bladder and in front of the rectum. What is Prostate Cancer? Prostate cancer is also known as Carcinoma of the prostate. It develops in the prostate, a part of a reproductive organ which helps make and store seminal fluid. Because of its location, prostate diseases often affect urina...

Rhabdomyosarcoma
  • About Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) Rhabdomyosarcoma is a rare type of cancer which arises from skeletal muscle of the body. Skeletal muscle is the voluntary muscle attached to the bone and help to move the body. Rhabdomyosarcoma is more common in children but can also occur in adult. Common sites of Rhabdomyososarcoma include: Head and neck (near the eye, inside the nasal sinuses or throat, or near the s...

Sarcoma
  • About Sarcoma Cancerous tumour of the connective tissues is termed as Sarcoma. Normal connective tissue includes nerves, bones, fat, blood vessels, muscles, and cartilage. Sarcoma is divided into two main groups- soft tissue sarcomas & bone sarcomas. Soft Tissue sarcoma (STS): Soft Tissue Sarcoma is a rare form of cancer. It comprises of approximately 1% ...

Stomach Cancer
  • About Stomach Cancer Stomach cancer (gastric cancer) is the buildup of abnormal cells that start in the lining of the stomach. There are two main types of stomach cancers: Intestinal stomach cancer: Common amongst older patients and patients from high-risk groups (eg: the Japanese and Koreans) Diffuse stomach cancer: It is found more frequently in women than me...

Throat Cancer
  • About Throat Cancer Throat cancer refers to cancerous tumors that develop in the Nasopharynx (upper part of the throat, behind the nose), Oropharynx (the middle part of the throat), Hypopharynx (the bottom part of the throat) and larynx (voice box). The throat also known as pharynx is a 5-inch long tube that runs from the nose to the neck. Factors that increase your risk of throat cancer include:

Thyroid Cancer
  • About Thyroid Cancer Thyroid cancer occurs when cells of the thyroid gland grow uncontrollably to form tumors that can invade the tissues of the neck, spread to the surrounding lymph nodes, or to the bloodstream and then to other parts of the body. The most common types of thyroid cancer include: Papillary, Follicular, Anaplastic, and Medullary cancer. A rare cancer which is 2-3 times more common in women than in men.

Tongue Cancer
  • About Tongue cancer Tongue cancer is a type of oral cancer that forms depending on the location- anterior 2/3rd i.e. oral tongue or posterior 1/3rd i.e. base of tongue. Approximately 75% of the tongue cancer occurs in oral part of tongue. Squamous cell carcinoma of tongue is the most common type of tongue cancer. Tongue cancer is more common than all forms of oral cavity cancer.

Tonsil Cancer
  • About Tonsil Cancer: Tonsil cancer is one of the head and neck cancers which develops in the Oropharynx, which is located at the back of your throat. linkRisk Factors: Some individuals are more likely to get tonsil cancer because of their lifestyle. Alcohol and tobacco: Smoking and regular drinking ...

Uterus Cancer
  • About Uterus Cancer The uterus (an upside down pear shaped organ) is a hollow female reproductive organ located in the pelvis, commonly known as the womb. Three distinct parts make up the uterus: fundus- the top part, corpus- the middle part and cervix- the bottom part. The main function of the uterus is to support fetal development until birth. Cancer which develops in the tissue of uterus is called uterine cancer. Cells in the uterus sometimes...

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