Cancer Treatment Methods

 

  • Surgical

It has been used for many years to treat cancer. This method is used in diagnosing cancer, and for knowing how it spread in the detection stage plays a big role. The number of people who wish to undergo surgical treatment is increasing due to new developments in surgical techniques. The surgical method provides a great opportunity for those who have not spread the disease from one part to another part of the body and is useful in treating many types of cancer.

  • Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy is the use of powerful medicines to treat cancer. In many studies, it has been shown that chemotherapy treatment help to destroy cancer cells. and it’s depending on the type and stage of cancer, doctors choose the most appropriate medications and start the treatment process. Chemotherapy is used to stop the spread of cancer, slows the growth of cancer, and prevents proliferation to other parts of the body.

  • Radiotherapy

Use radiation to treat cancer cells. There are different types of radiation, and the most commonly used type is x-ray. With special techniques, a high dose of radiation is applied to cancer cells.

  • Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy is a new class of drugs that call the body’s immune system to fight cancer. Doctors expect immunotherapy to be an important turning point in the efforts of doctors and researchers to find a cure for one of the deadliest diseases in human history. Especially after it has proved successful in the treatment of skin cancer, lung, liver, kidney, bladder, stomach, and currently research is conducted to treat breast cancer.

  • thermal processing

Refers to high temperature; specially designed devices aim to increase the patient’s full body temperature or tumor temperature at the regional level. It is the complementary evidence-based method of complement in cancer.

  • Stem Cells

Blood cells are made in the bone marrow and the hematopoietic (blood-forming) stem cells found in the bone marrow are responsible for the production of life-long blood cells. Stem cell transplantation is the use of blood-forming stem cells for the treatment of a number of diseases. Stem cell transplantation is used to bring back stem cells when bone marrow is destroyed by a condition such as chemotherapy or radiation.

  • Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy uses special drugs called photosensitizing agents and laser light that kills cancer cells. Drugs work after being activated by these lights. Depending on the part of the body being treated, the photosensitizing agents are put into the bloodstream through the blood vessel or the skin. In time, the drug is absorbed by cancer cells. The laser light is then applied to the area to be treated. The light causes the drugs to react with the part that kills the cells. It also helps by destroying blood vessels that feed cancer cells and stimulating immunity to attack cancer.

  • Blood Transfusion

A transfusion is the delivery of the blood or part of the blood into the vein via the intravenous line. Transfusion of blood and blood products is a temporary change of blood when the person has bleeding and the body cannot make enough blood.