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The Radiotherapy in Turkey and Istanbul

Cancer is a very dangerous disease and can infect many parts of the human body (breasts, prostate, blood, skin, stomach, …). Today, several types of effective treatments are offered by doctors to treat this disease. Radiotherapy is one of the most effective methods that aims to destroy the cancerous cells and block their proliferation. By using radiation, radiotherapy removes infected cells and preserves healthy tissue.

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Who is this procedure for?

  • Patients with cancer and tumors

Side effects

  • Tired
  • Hair loss
  • Falling blood cells

Alternative treatments

Intervention or treatment's duration

  • Radiation therapy is done once a day five days a week
  • Its duration is 6 weeks
  • A session lasts less than 15 minutes

Recovery time

  • Convalescence depends on the evolution of the disease and the patient's health

Success rate

  • 95%
How it works ?

Types of radiotherapy in Istanbul:

Thus, there are three types of radiotherapy in Turkey and Istanbul:

  • External radiotherapy: Linear Particle Accelerator produces rays that get into the skin and exceeds healthy tissues to attack the infected part. It is a local tumor treatment performed by a radiation therapist.
  • Brachytherapy: it is an internal radiotherapy, where the sources of radiation are located inside the patient’s body at a very short distance from the area to be treated (the tumor).
  • Metabolic radiotherapy: it is used to treat certain types of thyroid cancer and Vaquez disease. It consists of orally administering a radioactive substance that attaches itself precisely to cancer cells and destroys them.

 

Before the treatment

Your first appointment will be with the radiation oncologist. He/she will summarize your medical records, perform a physical exam, and may prescribe tests. He/she will explain the treatment options and side effects. If you have questions about radiation therapy and your treatment, you can ask them to the radiation oncologist.

 

The side effects of radiotherapy

Radiotherapy is a painless technique that lasts a few minutes. It has been shown its effectiveness in the treatment of cancer diseases, but it has several side effects:

  • Fatigue: This is a very common side effect and appears after a few weeks of starting treatment and can last for months. It disappears as soon as the radiation therapy ends.  Fatigue is caused by loss of appetite, the movement to the hospital, and anemia.            
  • Skin problems: the rays pass through the skin to reach the infected cells, so the skin can turn red, dry, or itchy with a noticeable change in color.
  • Hair loss: This is a temporary local loss that affects only the treated area. The hair will grow as soon as the treatment is over.
  • Decreased blood cells: may be common if the radiotherapy is accompanied by Chemotherapy.

 

What will happen after the Intervention?

The radiation team monitors your progress throughout the treatment and adjusts the dose or duration of treatment as needed. They could do blood tests or imaging at different times during treatment to find out how the tumor responds to radiation therapy.

Your recovery during and after radiotherapy depends on the type of cancer, stage of cancer, radiation dose, and your overall health. Some people may continue to work and engage in their usual leisure activities while receiving radiotherapy. Others notice that they get tired easily and need to rest more.

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MEMORIAL Şişli  0
MEMORIAL Şişli
Istanbul, Turkey

  • Grand Hospital founded in 1999
  • 200 Beds
  • 53,000 square meters

 

Certifications:
Joint Commission International
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
ISO 9001:2008

Consultation at 100€
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NEOLIFE ONCOLOGY CENTER
Istanbul, Turkey

  • Outpatient Oncology Clinic founded in 2010
  • 02 Clinics of the same group in Romania
  • All new technologies exist there
Certifications:
Joint Commission International
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Integrated Oncology and Palliative Care
ISO 9001:2008

Consultation at 100€
HIZMET By Memorial  0
HIZMET By Memorial
Istanbul, Turkey

  • Multi-specialty hospital of good reputation
  • 7 operating rooms
  • Capacity of 77 beds
Certifications:
Joint Commission International
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
ISO 9001:2008

Consultation at 100€
MEMORIAL Bahçelievler  3
MEMORIAL Bahçelievler
Istanbul, Turkey

  • Ultra Modern New Hospital
  • Multispecialized hospital
  • VIP class
Certifications:
Joint Commission International
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
ISO 9001:2008

Consultation at 100€
MEMORIAL ANKARA  4
MEMORIAL ANKARA
Ankara, Turkey

  • Member of the American Hospital Association (AHA)
  • Capacity of 230 beds
  • The best hospital in Ankara
Certifications:
Joint Commission International
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
ISO 9001:2008

Consultation at 100€
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MEMORIAL Ataşehir
Istanbul, Turkey

  •  Multi-specialty hospital with 143 beds
  •  Appreciated and recognized medical personnel
  •  Founded in 2008
Certifications:
Joint Commission International
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
ISO 9001:2008

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