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Treating Bone Marrow Cancer in Mexico Bone Marrow Cancer is often a metastatic disease of other cancers, but can in rare occasions be primary bone cancer. Bone marrow cancer develops due to faults in the cells that make bone. Examples of primary bone cancers are leukaemia, lymphomas and multiple myeloma. If you have been diagnosed with any of these forms of cancer in your bone marrow, your next step is to determine how to treat it. Some cancers arising in this part of your body have better success rates than others. Bone Marrow Cancer can be treated by chemotherapy, radiation and surgery and bone marrow transplants. Chemotherapy involves drugs that are given to the patient either intravenously or orally. Radiation therapy utilises high energy penetrating rays on areas of the body where there are cancerous cells. The treatment hopes to kill the cancerous cells, as well as stunt the growth of these cells. Surgery involves removing the areas infected by cancer. Bone Marrow Transplants involve putting new bone marrow in the body, after removing the infected bone marrow. Often surgery and chemotherapy are often the first treatments people consider, however these treatments are not without serious risk. With surgery there is a high risk of recurrence of cancer, as well as infection. In regards to chemotherapy, this treatment involves killing both the cancerous cells and healthy cells, leaving the body in an extremely fragile state. While some patients will benefit from these bone marrow cancer treatments, the treatments are not suitable for everyone. Bone Marrow Transplant is a treatment that is increasing in popularity. While the treatment is not available in all countries, and can be extremely costly, there are a growing number of options. Getting a Bone Marrow Transplant in Mexico is becoming a popular option due to the excellent treatment options available. Bone Marrow Transplants in Mexico cost significantly less, and if you choose a reputable hospital, will provide you with excellent care and specialist knowledge. Mexico is a popular medical tourism destination due to its close location to the United States. While the safety of Mexico is often questioned, many hospital networks are in tourist destinations and treat the safety and welfare of the patients as paramount. There are certain factors to consider when thinking about having a Bone Marrow Transplant in Mexico. The first the hospital you choose. We suggest that you look for hospitals that are accredited by the International Cellular Medicine Society, as this society ensures excellence in stem cell treatments. Second of all, you should consider a hospital that will allow you to have a companion, if you wish to do so. Fighting bone marrow ancer alone is not an easy feat, even if opting for the best treatment available.

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Treating Bone Marrow Cancer in Mexico  

Bone Marrow Transplant is a treatment that is increasing in popularity. While the treatment is not available in all countries, and can be ex...

Treating Bone Marrow Cancer in Mexico  

Bone Marrow Transplant is a treatment that is increasing in popularity. While the treatment is not available in all countries, and can be ex...

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