Oncology department aims to diagnose and treat oncologic diseases.

Early detection of these pathologic conditions gives us a chance to save the patient’s life.

Most important and common malignancies are diagnosed in:

  • Breast tissue;
  • Neck (including thyroid cancer);
  • Lungs, trachea and bronchi;
  • Uterus, cervix and ovaries;
  • Gastrointestinal tract;
  • Central nervous system;
  • Kidneys, urinary and reproductive pathways;
  • Male reproductive organs.

Treatment methods of malignant tumors (cancer) include:

  • Chemotherapy;
  • Surgery (including neurosurgery);
  • Radiotherapy;
  • Hormonal therapy;
  • Targeted therapy;
  • Bone marrow transplantation;
  • Immunotherapy.