SUPPORTIVE CARE

In the past, many patients could not tolerate chemotherapy as the side effects of chemotherapy limit the dosage that could be delivered to the patients. Now, there are good anti-sickness drugs available and medicine that helps the body to recover from the low immunity state at a faster rate, so chemotherapy can usually be given at the right dose without delay.

Our specialists recognise that supportive medicines such as pain killers, sleeping pills, nutritional supports is an important integral part of the treatment for cancer patients, they are highly skilled to offer this aspect of the support.

Cancer is an illness that affects the patients physically, psychologically and socially. We have a team of professional experts who are trained to look after these aspects during patients cancer journey.

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