Our hospitals can diagnose and treat a wide range of blood cancers. The treatment will be guided by our doctors and it will depend on the type of blood cancer, health condition of the patient at the time of the treatment, and how they wish to receive the treatments. The treatment is classified in several sections that suits individual needs.
BCH’s medical oncology speciality team works towards preventing, diagnosing and treating cancer by offering the highest levels of treatment protocols and customised multi-modality therapies. The department also runs protocols and specialises in out-patient and ambulatory chemotherapy.
BCH has an expert team with experience in treating the most complex paediatric cancers. There is a difference in the treatment of adult and childhood cancers because the way cancer presents in children is quite different. The reaction of a child’s cancer to the treatment is also different.
The Department of Radiation Oncology at BCH is of international standards and has one of the most technologically advanced clinical radiation therapy programs. In addition to a dedicated team of doctors and state of the art equipment, the department has the services of highly trained and qualified medical physicists, radiation technologists, radiation oncology nurses, supportive care team members, etc., ensuring a very high quality of comprehensive radiation treatment.