Haematology and Cancer

The Division of Haematology and Oncology is the biggest subspecialty unit inside the Department of Internal Medicine. Oncology and Haematology are keen on the determination and treatment of everything being equal (malignant growths) that happen in grown-ups. Treatment may incorporate chemotherapy and immunotherapy, or pathway coordinated specialists. High portion treatment with bone marrow or fringe undifferentiated cell transplantation is likewise accessible. An essential consideration for patients with kind and the harmful issue of the blood and lymphatic organs, just as for patients with most sorts of strong tumour malignancies. The Division of Oncology's doctors spends significant time in a wide range of malignancies including lymphomasleukaemianumerous myelomaurologic, bosom, lung, gastrointestinalcerebrum diseasemelanoma, and all other strong tumours.

  • Gynecologic Oncology
  • Lung cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Oral Cancer
  • Blood cancer
  • Uterine and Ovarian cancer
  • Nephropathy

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