The goal is to detect (or diagnose) the disease early when it has a high potential for cure.
Treatment aims to cure disease, prolong life, and improve the quality of remaining life after cancer diagnosis.
We meet the needs of patients requiring psychosocial & supportive care, & relief from symptoms, particularly those in advanced phases of the disease.
A form of radiotherapy treatment where the source of radiation is placed on or inside the area with cancer cells to kill them.
This is a painless, non-invasive treatment that delivers high doses of precisely targeted radiation.
A renal DTPA scan is one of the SPECT scans conducted in IMIC; it is a process for diagnosing and evaluating kidney functioning.
The SPECT/CT scan is a type of nuclear imaging test which allows doctors to analyze the function of the internal organs and diagnose disease.