Biological therapy in Bangalore
This therapy of cancer treatment uses the body's immune system to kill cancer cells. Biological therapy for cancer is used in the treatment of many types of cancer to prevent or slow tumour growth and to prevent the spread of cancer. Consult only the best surgical oncologists in Bangalore if you have planned to undergo this therapy.
Why choose Manipal Hospital
Manipal Hospitals' Cancer care unit offers world-class care in a patient-friendly setting, with the aim towards creating the optimal treatment environment. The state-of-the-art oncology department is equipped with cutting-edge diagnostic equipment, scientifically advanced treatment options including biological therapy, and comprehensive and convenient patient-centric care all under one roof.
Solutions for biological therapy
Several types of biological therapies, especially immunotherapies, are used or developed for cancer treatment and fight cancer in different ways. These include Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors, Immune Cell Therapy (also called Adoptive Cell Therapy or Adoptive Immunotherapy), Therapeutic Antibodies, Therapeutic Vaccines and Immune-Modulating Agents.
Complexities in biological therapy
Some of the complications include flu-like symptoms such as chills, fever, muscle aches, weakness, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. Some patients develop a rash, and some bleed or bruise easily.
Number of cases
Manipal Hospital’s top-notch cancer care team routinely employ biological therapy in the treatment of cancer and has surpassed the 10 lakh mark.
Success in biological therapy
Biological cancer treatment therapy is a new age mode. It emphasises that the immune system holds an essential role in these biological therapies and decides the success of treatment. It is believed that the immune system can detect and destroy foreign cells or abnormal cells to prevent tumour formation.
Infection control protocol
Manipal Hospitals' passion for cancer care goes even beyond the confines of its cancer care centre to focus on strict infection control standards for patients.