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Malignant Fibromatous Neoplasm Treatment in Southeast Asia

Cancer, regardless of the type and severity, negatively impacts a patient’s quality of life. This disease does not only affect patients’ physical health but also the personal, emotional, and financial aspects of their lives. A patient diagnosed with malignant fibromatous neoplasm is no exception. This rare type of cancer affects a number of individuals who are genetically predisposed, have prolonged contact with certain chemical substances, or have undergone radiation therapy in the past. Also known as fibrosarcoma, this condition is characterised by the growth of tumour cells in soft tissues of the body, like muscles, tendons, and fatty tissues. Often, the tumour growth remains undetected until it becomes large enough to be diagnosed with imaging technology.

Several top-notch hospitals and medical centres in Singapore, Thailand, and Malaysia offer comprehensive treatment packages for patients diagnosed with this condition. Many patients from within the region, especially from Indonesia, take advantage of their services year after year. Below are the reasons why:

  • They are accredited by both local and international organisations, such as Joint Commission International (JCI), in recognition of the high-quality medical care they provide for a fraction of the cost of similar treatment packages in Western countries.

  • They feature excellent dedicated oncology centres that offer a complete range of treatment options tailored based on the stage of the disease and the patient’s overall health condition.

  • They offer end-to-end solutions for medical tourists. From booking the initial consultation to airport send-off after treatment, these hospitals provide value-add services and handle all the challenging aspects of medical tourism.

  • They have internationally-trained, certified, highly skilled surgical oncologists who perform surgical procedures that are considered the most effective treatment for this condition. They are also staffed with medical and radiation oncologists who provide radiation therapy and chemotherapy, which help stop the spread of cancer cells to other parts of the body.

  • They use sophisticated medical tools and the most advanced technology, the same ones in Western countries. They also continuously invest in improving their medical infrastructure and facilities.

  • They conduct clinical trials that medical tourists can take advantage of.

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