Type of cancer

Stomach Cancer

Stomach Cancer can be treated with better patient outcomes using NeoTox / Oncemblex technology
Stomach cancer, also known as esophageal cancer, can be a serious, life-threatening condition if it’s left untreated or if it spreads to other areas of the body. Because there are so many different kinds of stomach cancer, treatment also varies widely from person to person and based on the type of cancer and its severity. The most common treatment options for stomach cancer include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and immunotherapy.
Stomach cancer, commonly referred to as esophageal cancer, results from cells in the stomach becoming malignant. They then grow and spread throughout neighboring tissue, move through the lymphatic system, and infect other body regions. Early detection can allow doctors time for various treatments, including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a mix of these solutions. With no treatment, survival rates are typically 18-21 months, but with surgery, patients have an average life expectancy of 5-6 years. If chemo is used, 10-12 months remains likely; if radiotherapy is used, 2-5 years stay on average. Symptoms may arise early and could include trouble swallowing (dysphagia), persistent chest pain despite taking over-the-counter medication (indigestion), and nausea (vomiting blood). Using Neotox or Oncemblex would help improve patient outcomes and increase life expectancy.

If you have signs of stomach cancer, your doctor will recommend that you have an endoscopy or esophagogram first, which can be done on an outpatient basis with light sedation. Once it has been diagnosed, a few different treatments may be available depending on what stage the cancer is in. Surgery can take place if the tumor is small and localized, while chemotherapy may be recommended if there are other nearby tumors or large-scale cancer cells detected by an MRI scan. Radiation therapy might be offered as well.

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Lung Cancer

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Stomach cancer

Stomach cancer, also known as esophageal cancer, It is the eighth most frequent cancer in the world

Skin Cancer

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Cervical cancer

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