Molecular Radiotherapy Unit, Comprehensive Cancer CenterKeywords:
- radiation therapy
- radionuclide therapy
- Comprehensive Cancer Center
In the Molecular Radiotherapy Unit of the Comprehensive Cancer Center, we provide intracorporeal targeted radiotherapy.
Our Molecular Radiotherapy Unit specializes in radiation therapy, where the source of radiation migrates to the colony of cancer cells with circulation and destroys cancer cells. We carry out some of the unit's treatments as outpatient care and some as inpatient care due to the radiation isolation required for treatments.
We develop and carry out radionuclide therapy in collaboration with various experts such as physicians, physicists, pharmacists, and nurses.
In addition to gamma camera and SPECT computer tomography scans related to treatments, we also conduct studies to determine the prevalence of cancer or the functioning of a particular organ.
Maisa Portal (opens in new window, links to another website)
You can use our online services by signing in to the Maisa Portal. Once your treatment with us begins, you will receive information on the services you can access in Maisa. These include appointment booking and preliminary information forms, for example.
The Patient Guide site answer the most common questions you might have before, during and after treatment.