Minimally Invasive Therapy

Using smaller incisions to minimize trauma, pain, and hospital stays

Why going to China for cancer treatment?

Minimally invasive surgery refers to surgical procedures performed through small incisions using specialized instruments and techniques, aiming to minimize trauma, pain, and recovery time compared to traditional open surgery.

Types of minimally invasive surgery

Minimally invasive surgery encompasses various techniques, including laparoscopy, endoscopy, and robotic-assisted surgery, each involving small incisions and specialized instruments to perform procedures with reduced trauma and faster recovery compared to traditional open surgery.


Minimally invasive surgery offers several benefits, including smaller incisions resulting in less scarring, reduced blood loss, lower risk of infection, shorter hospital stays, quicker recovery times, and less post-operative pain compared to traditional open surgery.


While minimally invasive therapy generally carries fewer risks than traditional open surgery, potential complications can include infection, bleeding, damage to nearby organs or tissues, adverse reactions to anesthesia, blood clots, and in rare cases, conversion to open surgery if complications arise during the procedure. Additionally, there may be risks associated with specific techniques or underlying health conditions, so it’s essential for patients to discuss potential risks with their healthcare provider before undergoing minimally invasive therapy.

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Post-treatment Care

Following the completion of your primary cancer treatment, our dedicated team will continue to support you on your journey to survivorship. We’ll connect you with a specialized survivorship team focused on enhancing and maintaining your health. This team will provide personalized strategies to prevent and detect any potential new or recurring cancers, as well as address any long-term or late effects resulting from your cancer and treatments.

Additionally, they’ll facilitate communication between various specialists and your primary care physician, ensuring comprehensive care coordination. Whether you’re at our facilities or at home, our team remains accessible via phone to offer guidance on diet, exercise, and adopting a healthy lifestyle post-cancer. We’re committed to being there for you every step of the way.

Second Opinion

Receiving a serious illness diagnosis marks a pivotal moment in life, where your next decisions profoundly impact your journey ahead. Ensuring the accuracy of your diagnosis is paramount, as different treatments may require tailored approaches. We emphasize the importance of fully comprehending your options to collaborate effectively with your care team in choosing the best path forward.

Even if you’ve already initiated treatment, seeking a second opinion remains a valuable option.

Our renowned experts are dedicated to providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the latest advancements and treatment modalities, offering reassurance regarding your treatment plan. We invite you to share your concerns and queries with us, as our expertise stems from our continuous dedication to treating cancer across every stage, every day. Contact us now to schedule your second opinion appointment and take a proactive step towards informed decision-making.

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Seeking a second opinion for cancer treatment in China can provide valuable insights and options. China boasts advanced medical facilities and skilled oncologists who employ innovative treatments and therapies. Obtaining a second opinion ensures thorough consideration of all available approaches, potentially offering new perspectives and avenues for treatment.

Technologies in cancer treatment have evolved rapidly with new breakthroughs and discoveries. Cancers are treated at our cancer centers with integrative approaches  of standard care and innovative technologies, including high-tech diagnostic tools, CAR T-cell therapies, targeted radiation therapies, and minimally invasive surgeries.