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Fuda Cancer Hospital, Guangzhou, China

Fuda Hospital is considered by many patients to be one of the best cancer hospitals in China.

The number of patients receiving minimally invasive treatment at Fuda is greater than at any other hospital in the world. The hospital has received various awards in China and abroad for outstanding achievements in the treatment of cancer, and has been highly praised by patients from all over the world.

There are 400 beds in the hospital, including 45 VIP rooms and 500 medical staff.

The hospital employs groups of doctors of different specialties to personalize the treatment for each individual patient.

In addition to the classic cancer treatment methods at the Fuda Hospital, innovative methods are applied:

But the most important thing is that sometimes the combined treatment is done at Fuda - the classical method + innovative, which, as practice shows, gives very positive results.

The Food Hospital is accredited by the Joint International Commission (JCI) and is awarded the gold standard of medical care worldwide. As a third-level hospital, the hospital operates according to international standards, and in 2010 was selected as the National Key Clinical Specialization (Oncology).

To date, more than 10,000 patients from more than 100 countries have been treated in Fuda, and 50% of them from Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Oceania, Europe and North America.

Both conventional and advanced minimally invasive cancer treatments are used to treat patients at Fuda Hospital.

Cryosurgical ablation or cryosurgery

Using imaging methods (Ultrasound, CT or MRI), cryoprobes are inserted into the tumor. By isolating argon, the probes lower the temperature to minus 160-170 degrees Celsius, and then the temperature rises from 20 to 40 degrees Celsius. This procedure is repeated two to three times, and the whole process takes about 40-50 minutes.

The cost of cryotherapy is $ 5900.

Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) or Nano-Knife

Guangzhou Fuda Hospital is the first in mainland of China to introduce the nano-knife and has the largest number of its applications in China.

  • Short ablation time
  • Preservation of important tissues
  • No thermal island effect
  • The ablation area will remain functional.
  • Real time monitoring
  • Use in difficult cases

The cost of nano-knife therapy is $ 21,150.

Brachytherapy or implantation of radioactive "grains"

Brachytherapy is a local and minimally invasive treatment that can be performed percutaneously. It does not expose the entire body to radiation. The side effects associated with this treatment are much less compared to conventional radiation therapy. "Grains" remain in the patient’s body without harming people or the environment near the patient.

The price of brachytherapy is $ 90 - one procedure (the amount depends on the size of the tumor).

Combined Cellular Immunotherapy (CIC)

Combination immunotherapy is a combination of several immune methods to increase / stimulate systemic immune function.

One such method is to increase the function of T cells and / or B cells; the other is the renewal of the function of dendritic cells, NK cells, macrophages and various types of cytokines. This combination of cells is capable of destroying or inhibiting cancer cells regardless of cancer and the variability / mutation of cancer cells.

All therapies are used together and sequentially.

The cost of immunotherapy is CIK 4700 $.

Microvascular Intervention

Because neglected tumors often invade adjacent large blood vessels and vital organs, in many cases the tumors cannot be removed surgically. Microvascular cancer surgery is a good way to solve this problem.

A catheter is inserted into a microvessel supplying a tumor with blood, into which chemotherapeutic drugs and / or an embolizing agent are administered to poison and / or freeze the tumor.

The cost of interventional chemotherapy is $ 3100.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a form of photochemical reaction involving key components, namely molecular oxygen, a photosensitizer, and red laser radiation. This therapy is used to treat tumors in the stomach, intestines, trachea, etc.

Founder and President of the Food Hospital: “When it comes to cancer treatment, there is no universal and permanent solution. The usual treatments, such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy alone or in combination, are not enough for most patients. Cancer treatment should not be a streaming process, but rather a specialized service. ”

The cost of photodynamic therapy is $ 8500.

Cost of treatment in Fuda Cancer Hospital

  • Brachytherapy $ 90 - one procedure (the amount depends on the size of the tumor)
  • Photodynamic therapy $ 8500
  • Interventional chemotherapy $ 3100
  • Cryotherapy $ 5900
  • Nano-knife therapy $ 21,150
  • Immunotherapy CIK 4700 $
  • FoundationOneCDx (F1CDx) $ 8400
  • Surgical removal of the tumor - on request (depending on the condition of the patient)
  • Radiation therapy $ 4200-8400
  • Gamma Knife $ 4200
  • PD-1 $ 2,800
  • Targeted therapy - different prices for different drugs
  • Mastectomy $ 3900
  • Puncture biopsy $ 1100
  • Hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy $ 5200
  • etc.

Diagnostics Cost

  • PET-CT $ 1400
  • CT one piece $ 366 (no contrast)
  • MRI one part $ 211 (without contrast)
  • Ultrasound $ 35
  • Osteoscintigraphy $ 183
  • X-ray 25 $
  • Genetic test (all genes) $ 2800
  • Gastroscopy 140 $
  • Colonoscopy $ 180

Cost of accomodation

  • VIP-chamber 97 $ / day
  • Single room 56 $ / day
  • Double room 29 $ / day
  • Quintuple room 12 $ / day

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