These cancers occur when cells in the tissue of these organs start to abnormally grow. They can start to impact and spread to other parts of the body.
Once diagnosed, the most important factor to consider is that accurate investigations and staging of these cancers is crucial. These investigations ensure the most appropriate management of care is planned, with you at the centre of your care.
Most of these cancers are treated by several modalities, such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery, or a combination of these. There are other radiological treatments available depending on the diagnosis.
Because of the complexities, all new cases are discussed at our fortnightly team meetings, in order to achieve the best patient outcomes.